The way a person behaves is a reflection of how and where they were raised. From birth, we are taught to behave a certain way and have certain family expectations that we must meet that will then play a key role in shaping our identity. But family is not the only factor that influences identity, friends and environment help shape our identity too. Family, friends and environment help shape our identity greatly from the beginning of life up till adulthood. You spend a great time of your life with family who then influences your identity from the beginning of your life.
Have you ever wondered where you got your personality from? The nature and nurture debate is a discussion about whether being raised shapes your personality more, or genetics which you get from your parents. Nature is genetics from the parents and makes the features of you. Nurture describes what you’re parents act like and if you act like them now. Nurture affects the child’s brain by everything the parents do with the child and how the child will act.
Nature gives you the child; it is up to you to nurture it. How much of whom we are is shaped by genes and how much by our environment? Nurture is what shapes who we are because our peers influence our decisions, our parents raise us how they believe we should be raised, and we are not born with experience. In high school there are cliques. The athletes, the nerds, the popular kids, the kids who never talk, the band clique, the list goes on and on.
To those people hope one's children will have a bright future, they should construct a harmonious healthy family social milieu. To construct a harmonious healthy family social milieu, the first thing is find a good neighborhood to live. Home, school, family, community dimensional environment, children spend time at home has more than one-third, and for the early stages of education children, family effect are more important than the social impact. A good family environment will led the children having good feelings, and good habits. Home is home, a great neighborhood is very important to all of us.
We looked into various counselling theories and approaches which are useful for our personal life as well as professional life. To better understand a person's socio and emotion characteristics, it is important to know how was their first relationship. First relationship start with our family, parents are children's first teachers they learn the basics from them (appendix a, Journal 1). Bowlby's attachment theory explains the types of attachment, he states that early year experiences of attachment will influence children's capacity to build attachment later in life. His theory also mentioned that maternal deprivation can affect children's development in long-terms.
We often wonder why we are who we are, why we think the way we think and act the way we act. Are our behaviors more influenced by the genes we were passed down, or the environment we were raised in? When attempting to discover where your behavior traits came from, you simply need to reflect on the various factors that caused you to develop into who you are today. If only people were more aware of how important something as simple as a touch from a mothers warm hands on their child could have such an impactful effect on their child’s psychological behavior in the future. Out of all the development stages I’ve went through in life so far my memory only allows me to recollect one specific stage more vividly than any other, the psychosocial development in middle childhood.
This model offers a “framework that includes service learning, experiential learning, school to work, youth apprenticeship, lifelong learning, and other types of learning experiences that are beneficial to the local community” (p.210). Moreover, within schools they serve as a positive transformative tool powering high quality practices. (Glatthorn et al, 2016, p. 210) Increasing the ability of teachers to deliver outstanding practices fosters a school climate with the capacity to close the achievement gap for ALL