Immature detachment of parental support, will result in the disturbance to acquire personal potential. Parents should think about the needs of the children and continue to support them through the many lengths and levels throughout life. We live in a complex society where love, care, advice, and assistance are of priceless value. Because living is about learning, parents should be available to their children for under... ... middle of paper ... ...l become useful in this world. An uneducated and unemotionally stable individual may experience much hardship and struggle.
His theory also mentioned that maternal deprivation can affect children's development in long-terms. As parents are children's first counter parts they have great influence on them especially their parenting styles. According to Baumrind's parenting styles children's behaviors are the reflection of how parents treat them. I believe that it is important to have a balance when we are dealing with children, I noticed that my parents are more of authoritative which gives me the freedom to enjoy my life yet the idea of working towards my goals. To have a good and stable social and emotional development a funct... ... middle of paper ... ...reflect the learning outcomes related to my personal and professional life.
At the Green House for Kids, Ms. Jan helps the parents understand it will take time for the children to learn to love and trust new teachers because they are building a new relationship. Jan also informs the parents it is normal for kids’ short-term behavior changes and separation anxiety. From Ms. Jan, I realize emotional and outburst of anger is common during a child's transitional period. At the same time, I also understand though separation anxiety is completely typical part of childhood development, due to working together between parents and teachers, both the child and parent can go through difficulties with ease. In the chapter of transition, Griffin stated it was the quality of relationship between a parent and a ... ... middle of paper ... ...pend the extra money on it.
They learn to achieve what they want through indirect means. Last, the third or youngest child learns that the best method for them to get their way is by being nice. They frequently do what they want and get away with it because others aren’t paying any attention. Living with all of these dispositions in one household can lead to tremendous outbreaks of anger and frustration just because of trivial differences (Bode 46 - 52). Sibling rivalry has many causes that both parents and children can bring about, b... ... middle of paper ... ...ne with their parents (Hoyt).
Same reasons can be dedicated to children when their parents do not put time and effort to educate them. Many problems such as: lack of self-confidence, feeling insecure, not being in control and many more can occur later on when a child is grown up and is ready to step in the society. Parents should both together and separately put time for their children because the child learns some of the important life lessons from his or her mother such as: kindness, patient, and love, and some from his or her father like: hard work, staying strong, and maturity, and also learning the value of a family from both. If these needs are not fulfilled by parents the children spend their time with watching TVs and playing video games to stay away from their parents’ ignorance and also to gain the feeling of being a part of something. In order to have a better child in the future, parents should educate their children more with teaching them the positive influences such: family time, respect, and positive attitudes, so their child would not get his needs from other uneducated places such as: TV, video games, and wrong environments.
They can be models of effective parenting. Foster parents can provide learning opportunities for the birth parent to practice parenting skills. When the birth parents see their child in foster care; the birth parents notice the how the child is improving. When the birth parents see improvement of their child, they began to realize they need to better themselves. The birth parents tend to improve themselves to provide for the child and give them what they need.
For example, kids that grew up in a lovely and caring environment may see the world as a good and safe place. Our adult behavior reflects what we experience during our childhood. If a child had a father that would beat their mother, they're most likely to become an abuser towards people or a bully in school. Grown-up kids who had been abused or raped in their childhood, their emotions and life will be affected when they grow up and they're most likely to not being able to control their emotions. Parents play an important role in their kid's life, actually a big percentage of the education we receive as a child is the reason for our adult behavior.
Children also learn rules by observing the behavior of their parents, who typically do not follow the absolutes in rules they give their children. According to Satir, in healthy families, rules are few and consistently applied and are humanly possi... ... middle of paper ... ...velop plans and goals that they can put into action. I further believe warmth and empathy should be used in building relationships between clients. The therapist should create a setting in which clients feel safe and can be vulnerable and spontaneous. As I stated before when discussing goals, it is the role of the therapist to cultivate optimism and hope.
Single-parent families are commonly targeted for controversial issues. We must be careful that we don’t stereotype these when they’re very hard to take care of themselves and their children. We do however need to notice distinct patterns in children who give up in a single parent home and what problems they face. Even though a dual family is noted as the best environment for c... ... middle of paper ... ... social issue is being addressed, we are finding more ways of how to deal with the problems that single-parent families face. The parents might go through a lot providing for their children, but we cannot forget the efforts of the children that are making it without two parents and becoming strong, independent, self-sufficient individuals.
We have to send our children to school as responsible and respectful young people and we can't expect our sitters or housekeeper to supplant us as parents. Making parents legally accountable for their children and requiring them to assume primary responsibility for the actions and control of their children may be the only way to do this and will ultimately offer the best chance for reducing the violence in our schools.