From these points, we see that the father and the son have a fair relationship between each other. In conclusion, the affect of the relationship largely depends on the quality of communication between parents and children. The parents’ may need to examine their children’s objection, and vice versa. This can be shown in “Romeo and Juliet”, “Her Father” and “My father thought it Bloody Queer”, where all parents have lack of communication with their children. They show their parental love by deciding what the best is for their children; they insist their children to do as they are told.
In conclusion, children who want to see their aging parents happy, they always try to give their parent best atmosphere .Which they only can get at home .However, children should think about their aging parents what do they really want? They only want professional care or a better and happy atmosphere with their family’s every day. It is not necessary children should take care of their elderly parent, but we really need to think about it because parents work their entire lives to support their family and we owe them a lot. So, in my opinion children should be responsible for their aging parents.
The family unit is one of the primary architects in shaping individual values. However, parents naturally raise their children with the best they have (maternally, fatherly), even though it may seem that they have more to give their child. But, even if they are rich, their heritage still might not have had good values established in their family culture, and even if they didn’t give everything the child wanted, naturally parents “shake” their children just by... ... middle of paper ... ...e renewable resources. They also may have wanted clean air deep down too, and this may be rewarded by acceptance from their followers. A good parent is one who is willing to forego his or her own agenda.
In the book, Parenting Isn’t for Cowards (2011), Dr. James Dobson speaks as a father and therapist offering confidence to parents in the ability to raise children properly. This book is a guide for parents who need support and encouragement while raising children. It provides a breakdown of practical steps and gives answers to questions to aid parents who may be wondering where to begin. There is also hope and advice on many issues like the battle of wills, preventing child-rearing troubles, and how to handle guilt about hard-to-raise children. The book supplies the instructions parents need to manage the dangers of adolescence, discipline, letting go adult children and much more.
Maybe when Waverly becomes an adult, she can combine two different cultures and realize her mother’s love. It is also like the words in the story, “strongest wind cannot be seen” (Tan, 1490). The mother has a stronger inner world, so she teaches her daughter by invisible strength. However, in The Road, the father did everything for his son, even though something should be done by his mother. McCarthy uses a lot of words to describe the father’s behavior and the attitude from his son at the same time, but the story does not describe the son’s behavior for their survival.
Early in the story we see how vital appearance is to Mrs. Whipple. She remarks to her husband that no one should ever hear them complain (324). Her real effort to maintain a front for her neighbors, however, surrounds her "simple-minded son," who never has any identity other than "He." It seems that Mrs. Whipple fears that if those around her know He is retarded, this would reflect badly on her character. Many times, unfortunately, parents of children with any birth defect worry they have some blame to account for.
Some parents believe that disciplining your child is pointless but in all reality it actually is beneficial. Every parent, no matter what ethnic background or religion, has disciplined their child for a certain reason. Reason being that the parent expects more and desires a successful life for their child. The way parents discipline their children, proven by statistics from several prestigious universities, appear similar to the way they were treated as a child. Hence, why if a parent came from an abusive childhood, some tend to use abusive discipline options.
Baumrind’s research is known as “Baumrind’s Parenting Typology”(Baumrind, 1967,pg. 43-88). Her studies identified three parenting styles mainly, Authoritarian parenting, Authoritative parenting, and permissive parenting. “Authoritative parenting is characterized by a child-centered
Affective power takes in play because this a family full of lovers. Hatred in this family has never been a problem, but there were times disagreements have happened. An example where this is vividly shown in this family is where the father cannot choose between the three of them because he loves all of his girls equally. A time where I noticed this is when DJ the oldest daughter and Stephanie the middle daughter had conflicts that were the same day. So, the way that this conflict was resolved is that the father would split the time equally because he did not want to choose one daughters event over the other.