Unfortunately, “emotional health can be passed down from generation to generation just as easily as abuse and dysfunction,” (Bloch, 7) making such dysfunctions of communications a continuous process. Sturges writes “children will learn how to communicate with the world based in large part on how they have learned to communicate with their parents.” (31) Children often learn their communication behaviors not only from what we say but also from our actions. For example, If you tell your child that they can talk to you about anything, but y... ... middle of paper ... ... their minds. It is important for the parent to respect their wishes and let them know that they will be available when the child is ready to talk and that you won’t be judgmental. Let the child tell the whole story before interceding with your thoughts.
Good parents need to learn to admit their mistakes. It is common knowledge that not one is perfect, but parents tend to hold themselves and their children to unachievable standards. If parents would admit their faults and apologies to their children, the children would easily forgive and learn that mistakes are okay. Good parents know to search for “Golden Moments” with their children. Planning ahead to take time to talk to your children and ask insightful questions is always a good idea.
Those who have deaf parents are more likely to develop a strong sense of independence because they have their parents as role models. Unfortunately, those with hearing parents may not have much of a support system. There are many cases where hearing parents don’t learn their own child’s language and don’t care to communicate with them. These children may have a low self-esteem and no high hopes for their future. This is why, as teachers, we must show that we care by sharing our knowledge and promoting these skills, so that these students know what the future has to offer.
Love is always being there for your child. Love is also setting boundaries for the good of your kids. But this is something that mustn't be overdone with, because there is a thin line between love and overprotection. Overprotective parents risk depriving their children of the freedom they need. Free... ... middle of paper ... ...reet.
There are stages that a family goes through as they come to terms with this adaptation. The family must take on new roles of support by working with the community and the child’s school to accommodate the child’s unique strengths. Everyone who is involved must take on more responsibilities while still maintaining the family structure. Disabilities have an atta... ... middle of paper ... ... child’s performance while the parent finally accepts their son or daughter’s abilities. Families have to constantly encourage the child to learn even as they face adversity.
With that in mind, deaf people culturally hold the perception that deafness is a social phenomenon rather than a type of disability. They are so proud of their language, culture, traditions, art and organizations. On the other hand, there is another camp that believes in the dire necessity to introduce children with hearing loss to the spoken language as early as possible in order to help them to integrate with the hearing world. Such heated debate confuses many families who just learnt the sad news of having a new baby with hearing problems. While they struggle to cope with the new situation they will need to make a vital decision concerning the future of their new born baby.
Being a first time parent is hard enough. All throughout the parenting process, you'll find yourself thinking and even daydreaming about things like wonderful times you will spend with your child, but you have to put that one on hold just for now.Not that it's not proper to dream bout your child's future, its just that things happens differently in real life.The basic parenting equipment that we have is the way in which our very own parents brought us up. THE RITUAL OF BEING A NEW PARENT. Parenting skills are something that you must become skilled at and it is basically earned. Being a parent is a life long experience.
Despite the actions that come from discipline and go against the parents’ moral values, parents are strict with their children in an effort to look out for the child’s best interests. Others may disagree and view strict parenting as a negative effect on the child’s brain development, but in contrast, parents are strict in order to guide their children down the right path to prosperity. There are different types of parenting, despite whether the parents are good or bad people. If there is one thing strict parenting guarantees is an interest in the child and their well
Obviously you should not listen to your parents if they are telling you to do something that is dangerous or something that could harm you because they clearly don’t have your best interests in mind if they are asking you to do that. I know that this may seem like a no brainer to some people but not always. Some kids are trained to do everything that their parents tell them but when they aren’t really thinking of you it is more than ok but even good to disobey them. Your parents are supposed to help you through life and try to raise you as a good person but if they are intentionally telling you to get hurt they ar... ... middle of paper ... ...he situation as well as you and don’t understand the consequences. Obviously you should not listen to your parents if they are telling you to do something that is dangerous or something that could harm you because they clearly don’t have your best interests in mind if they are asking you to do that.
A lot of parents think that raising their kids a certain way is what is best for them. But every child is different, no matter how you bring them up, and sooner or later they are going to start wanting to make their own decisions. Some parents believe it is better not to expose your children to certain things such as sex, drugs, and alcohol because it would beneficial to them to stay away from these things. But what they don’t know is when their child finds out about it from friends or peers, the outcome of that is going to be worse than the parents letting them know ahead of time. I feel as though parents need to ask themselves if there is a middle ground in how they raise their child.