But each style comes with its effects on children. A few pros about Authoritarian parents are that their... ... middle of paper ... ...pera 128). Being involved in your children’s lives and understanding them as well as listening to their problems can be very beneficial in creating a relationship with your kids where everyone is respected and voices can be heard. The authoritative approach to parenting is the better way because you are enforcing rules but you are also giving justification for them, raising children to become responsible and independent for themselves. And to think about the consequences that their actions may lead to, which is something that the other two styles seem to be lacking in.
Each type of abuse can do so much damage to a child’s psyche into adulthood. There are many things parents can do to support their children's development. Parents can help their children set achievable goals and give recognition when those goals are met. They can discipline when needed but instead of using punishment to make them feel bad, discuss why they made the wrong decision and what they can do the next time. Parents can support children taking on new challenges and encourage them to act positively when something doesn't go their way.
Equilibration is a natural cause and when triggered often causes a child to move into the next developmental stage as they have a better understanding of their world (Boyd & Bee, 2014). The Piaget theorized the individual maturation of a child’s brain had control over their cognitive development as well, this could be either relative to the individual or caused by external factors that stunt children’s mental growth, such as lack of necessary nutrition (Boyd & Bee, 2014). The two external causes are social transmission and experience. Social transmission is the information the children pick up from the people around them, usually parents and teachers (Boyd & Bee, 2014). They collect information such as the names of objects and witness important displays of how a mature cognitive development acts (Boyd & Bee, 2014).
By doing this, the child makes better decision, because if the parent knows what motivates a child, that could help the child behave differently in order to get what he or sh... ... middle of paper ... ...uld have done about it. Children who have a second shot at a loving upbringing have the capacity to change the world where they will know how to say “no” to abuse. They will also be able to talk to their own children about abusive moments and what they should do reacting to that moment. They will know that abusers could be anyone and that is important to tell a trusted friend if someone abuses them. Works Cited Barnard-Thompson, Kathleen, and Pierre Leichner.
Parents have and should accept the task of instilling in their children respect for right and wrong, respect for others and all the other basic lessons of living, working, playing and learning with others. They should try to teach him to control himself and take responsibility for his actions and their consequences .Unfortunately, because some parents find it difficult to do this from infancy , the teachers role is all the more difficult. Still, restoring this rule is not the way to resolve theses difficulties. Get to children in infancy and their early years and their lives will be shaped more fully for future growth. Restoring their teachers’ power to hit them across the bottom or knuckles doesn’t fit that picture.
I believe the most important influences in a child's life are his parent and his teacher. In my own experience, I remember my kindergarten teacher spanking me when I was younger for no apparent reason. I could not figure out why she was doing this to me and it hurt my self-esteem, which made me not even want togo to school. However, my parents helped me Iovercome these problems. My parents influenced me to work harder and be myself no matter what.
Actions speak louder than the voice. This means that you should put in practice all the things that you are telling to the child because this will make more of an impact on them. Parents should be the role models of their child, so they should act in the way that they are expecting their children to act. Rewarding the good behavior of the child does not mean that you will give him something materialistic like cookies or toys every time they follow an instruc... ... middle of paper ... ...ld tends to be more spoiled because he/she is able to have more access to material things. The parents should teach their children that not everything is about the money and that they have to work hard to be successful in life.
We face many difficulties that may not seem we can overcome but we should never give up right away. The mother in the poem is trying to convince her son to keep pushing and at the same time she is trying to set an example though her own past experience. The speaker of the poem is a mother who is giving her son advice and motivation. She addresses her life as a staircase and her staircase has had “tacks and splinters in it”. That means the mother was constantly facing obstacles in her path that s... ... middle of paper ... ...ve also been the father's way of apologizing to his family for his temper, which caused his child and family to fear him.
Children are under a lot of pressure by their parents to be the best they can be or be involved in the best activities so that later in life, they will have a better childhood filled with joy and great memories. In some cases, that is correct, but only if the child wants to do all those activities. Only the child can decide on what makes them
Her and her boyfriend are still together and I didn’t think that was very smart but if things don’t go well she’ll learn and I’ll be here for her. My youngest sister always has drama with her friends. One day they’re great buddies and next they say they don’t like each other and they won’t talk to her. I try to tell her what to do in those situations and how it’ll end up