While Max battles for authority, his mother demonstrates many parenting techniques, which have led to severe consequences in relation to his poor behaviour. Bad behaviour influences a child's long-term growth as a human being and stunts their journey from child to mature adult. Children develop a sense of acceptable behaviour based on the methods employed by their parents. Negative behaviour comes as a result of the child feeling insecure, becoming aggressive, angry, antisocial, demanding, dependant, undisciplined and also developing a hateful desire to ‘get back at the world.’ These bad behavioural aspects are outcomes reached as the parent has reacted to become over-controlling with orders, reminders of poor behaviour and warnings. With the parent being the unquestioned boss, it is common for the child with an authoritarian in the household to feel irritable, and get angry and temperamental quite quickly.
Despite the actions that come from discipline and go against the parents’ moral values, parents are strict with their children in an effort to look out for the child’s best interests. Others may disagree and view strict parenting as a negative effect on the child’s brain development, but in contrast, parents are strict in order to guide their children down the right path to prosperity. There are different types of parenting, despite whether the parents are good or bad people. If there is one thing strict parenting guarantees is an interest in the child and their well
Therefore, these children who are victims will remain naïve in their adult years because they were incapable of gain life skills. Clair M. Hart pointed out that it has been predicted that a child’s depression and anxiety is connected with “reduced parental care, elevated parental shaming, overprotection, and favouristism” (Personality and Difference 250). Narcissistic parents feel threatened by their child’s growing independence, so they hover over their developing years; thus, becoming overly possessive. There are other parents who acknowledge their child’s mistakes more than their positive attributes, so a child can resort to self-blame. They would try to fix themselves and begin believing that it is their fault for receiving the negative treatment from their parent.
The child then starts to disrespect his/her parents when the child becomes older because they had no respect for the parent but rather had a fear when younger. As a result of the child experiencing abuse, children become adapted to demonstrating the same behavior with other people. “Using force can injure a child and warp his understanding of how to interact with others: namely, that it's okay to hit someone to get your own way. ... ... middle of paper ... ...d Child Development 21 (2012): 3-33. Academic Search Premier.
It’s not right to hit your child, while teaching them not to hurt others, it can often confuse them, and that’s when they start to make up their own rules. “Spanking teaches your child to fear you -- not to listen to you or respect you. He may also be humiliated and resentful, and retaliate by being uncooperative.” Spanking teaches your child that they should fear adults, and if they fear adults, how are they going to advance? How are they going to get guidance from you and family, or teachers in school? Spanking your child affects their whole life, and not in a good way.
When a parent psychologically abuses their child they never actually become satisfied with the child’s actions. Emotional and mental abuse has a tremendous affect on the brain. A definition of emotional abuse explains how the emotions and feelings of the child are being attacked. Some things the attacker might say can include calling the
And those are caused some negative attitudes of many parents of teenage children imposition and authoritarianism, misunderstanding, disrespect, intolerance, impatience, distrust, fear to be "out of hand" are parents instead of helping the children; exercise new skills like; reflection, critical thinking, reasoning, moral autonomy, privacy, openness to friendship, etc. the parents are engaged with the best intentions to stop them. This not only delay the maturation of their children but also provoke situations of isolation and
One common myth/ineffective approach among parents/caregivers/coaches is blaming a parent for their parents styles when a child is aggressive. This idea usually arises in the situation when children are forced to share toys or do a certain task that they wish not to do. A common response to this situation is for the parent/caregiver is to use power assertion, giving a child a time-out, or being physically violent. We have all heard the phrase, “why is your child so aggressive?” or “enroll your child in more sports teams so they can release the anger.” In some, aggression is a problem and it is harder to control than in others. Aggression is a common problem within many children and that if the problem is not addressed early on then it would continue through adolescence and later on in life.
This lack of trust early in life can bring about serious problems later in life, as there is no resolution to the first psychosocial crisis, trust vs. mistrust. For these children exposed to domestic violence, the imaginary monsters that children perceive are not only symbolic representations or a dream. The monsters that children who witness domestic violence have to deal with carry the reflection of their parents. Children who witness domestic violence face a dilemma because the children’s parents are at their most frightening exactly when the child needs them the most. The security of the child is shatter... ... middle of paper ... ... was reported that many children found it difficult to develop friendships for reasons such as holding back from others as well as fear of inviting others to their home (Adams 2006).
This is a situation through which kids develop inaccurate thoughts as to why their parents are not together. Blame sometimes corrupts the child's thoughts and eventually the child perceives he/she may be the reason their parents separated. Children are left in the dark numerous times. Children develop revulsion towards the parent whom they feel has caused this terrible situation. A constant question, Why?