According to family who are against this state that everyone should be parents even if they don’t have knowledge. In other words, these people believe that everyone should be parents without a license. I disagree with this parent’s view that everyone should become a parent whenever they want because there have been cases showing that some people mistreat their kids or abuse of them emotional, sexually and physically. Parents who disagree with this idea are right to argue that having a child is a natural part of human’s life, but they exaggerate when they claim that everyone should have a kid even if they don’t have the budgets. This is a problem because there are many kids suffering because some parents abuse the children or the parents are not mentally and economically stable to afford the best care for the kid.
This could be true but not in all circumstances. It would not be beneficial at all to grow up in a two parent family who did nothing but argue and put each other down. Naturally, a child who sees this from a very young age until they are ready to be out on their own would only follow in the footsteps of all that they have ever known. Children who are raised by one parent who devotes their time and emotion into their child would benefit much more than a child who has both parents showing them that fighting and arguing is acceptable. However, most single parent families aren’t able to devote their time to their children because they are trying to provide financially for
Parents, usually only showing little affection, only express love and acceptance only when their child behaves properly. Authoritarian parenting style outcomes are quite negative in its influences to every child. As parents do not teach the importance of communication, children learn to not discuss issues with their... ... middle of paper ... ...ir emotional health (Tatum 2). Authoritative parenting style might not work for every household; nonetheless it results in the happiest, most successful people in life. Authoritarian, permissive, and authoritative parenting styles all have different outcomes and influences children in various ways.
Another big problem most children seem to face with overprotection is a decrease in their confidence. They are always going to try and do what they can to meet your standards. When they do not think they meet the standards of where you want them to be, they will start to doubt themselves and feel as though nothing they do is ever good enough. These findings are very true to me; watching my peers grow up around me and seeing just how different parenting skills are can be is very alarming. A lot of parents think that raising their kids a certain way is what is best for them.
My mom mostly shows tough love, from being raised by her granddad, reason being she’s raising her kids to be independent individuals. I can see in her eyes that she wishes she could give us the world, but she can only give us partial of what she can meet the expense of. Being in a single parent home has trained me to take my relationship seriously. I believe that you should love your spouse as you would love yourself, if you were the person loving you. If and when I start a family, I want to be married and satisfied, for the reason that no child should have to live in a single parent home.
Even though many of the parents claimed that reasonable and responsible disciplines can be recognized as a good way to take care of a child. Many families choose physical punishment when children are misbehaving, but physical punishment can cause children to lose their trust in parents because children feel betrayed by the parent. Children are not mature enough to understand the reason for physical punishment. The only message that they receive from spanking is: the closest people to them are punishing them and it hurts; this will produce psychological changes after the punishment. In the article; Barker wrote, “To have the person you are most dependent on turn against you is a psychological blow you don’... ... middle of paper ... ...ly really is.
They decide what a proper education is to their successor and they impose their ideas to their child. The world is diverse and people are grown in different cultures practicing various traditions. So, it might be easy for every one of us to judge someone else in a foreign opinion. But we must consider the fact that our opinions are wrong in someone’s way of living. In the same circumstances we can discuss about religion, analyzing its impact in different countries.
Proponents of spanking say that it is a form of discipline that will help the child know they made a mistake or did something wrong. I don’t believe giving your child a spanking or “whipping them” for what they did wrong is wrong. Discipline is a Latin word that means “teaching” or “learning” and I believe spanking a child for serious, harmful, or uncontrolled bad behaviors is appropriate. Spankings are usually given by a parent, legal guardian, teacher, or other person in authority over a minor. Generally, spankings are given when a child displays unacceptable behavior such as being rude, foul language, stealing, fighting, and other acts of disobedience.
Typically a parent would not endure in such actions, but it varies from parent to parent. When left with the situation of discipling their kids, some parents feel guilty for taking measures into their own hands, and other parents feel no remorse. The whole purpose of discipline on children is to set them in place. By that I mean to help guide the child down the right path to a prosperous life and responsible adult. If it means physical or verbal discipline, then it is all for the greater good.
The way this is done is to recognize the potential: how they were reared. . . how the marriage or the interspouse relationship is working, and most important, how they see their child.”(Ray M. Helfer, The etiology of child abuse) Some different ways to notice if a child is abused it to look at the parents. Some parents may be cautious when they abuse their children and they want to be careful not to get caught so they abuse the child in areas where people can 't see.