The child could also feel a sad disappointed feeling because their parent won’t give them the attention a child should be receiving or a child could just be being neglected all together possibly by the parent just not caring, but I will tell you all about these things in my paragraphs below. First, Physical abuse: where a parent physically hits the child. The child will have unexplained burns, bites, bruises, broken bones, or black eyes. Also if the child screams and fusses that they don’t want to go or when the time comes to go home. A child could also feel as if any adult that approaches then could be harm to them.
Abstract Divorce is painful and confusing for children. How a parent handles it determines a lot about how the child will be affected, both today and tomorrow. After a parents’ divorce children are the primary concern. These concerns have derived from research evidence that divorce has many costs to them. Research reveals that balanced against the benefits that might derive from the end of a parents’ conflicted marriage, children often pay the price of a significantly reduced standard of living, emotional pain, and the loss of important parenting relationships in the immediate aftermath of divorce.
Children of divorce are often neglected in this situation and can sometimes act out in many ways. They may become sad and suffer from depression, turn to drugs and lead destructive lifestyles, and often times they end up in similar unhealthy relationships. Emotions are a big part of life especially when dealing with something so difficult such as divorce. Children can begin to become insecure and afraid, often questioning what their future will be like due to the instability they’ve experienced in the midst of or as a result of a divorce. They may experience sadness and believe that they will never have a real or whole family again.
Brain development in infants is positively affected when parents work to understand and meet their basic needs for love and affection and provide comfort when they are hungry, bored, tired, wet or cold. Negative experiences with parents of abuse, neglect and exploitation can overwhelm children. For example in the video Genie the wild child, Genie was raised in social isolation from an infant to 13 years of age. If she made a single noise, her father would abuse her. Abusive parents who use hitting, neglecting basic needs, and other action that lower an individual’s sense of self-worth, have a negative impact on the health of a child.
Abstract Divorce have many effects on children. Children are the most affected due to having to make difficult decisions in their lives. Divorce affects children of all ages, races, and sex. Divorce affects children educationally, emotionally, and psychologically. Males and females show their emotional feelings accordingly to how they would like to express their feelings.
Child abuse has created massive sufferance of children and can cause negative outcomes through emotional instability in the mind and heart, painfulness of physical wounds, and can cause traumatic distress in the future. Although each parent and child may have their own problems, it is not fair if we let child abuse to happen because it can create senseless and complicated issues. Child abuse has created invisible pain to children’s emotions. According to the National Child Abuse Statistics in 2006, “80% of children getting abused can easily develop psychiatric disorders at the age of 21 such as depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.” The outcomes of a child being abused can create profound sadness, attempts of suicide, and can affect on his/her social life with others. “In Los Angeles 2003, Richard Jr. suffered abuse during high school at Don Boscov Technical Institute and resulted in depression and suicidal.” (Quinn) As a result, child abuse can bring down children’s self-esteem low and emotional instability in the mind and heart.
When is a Marriage Harmful to Children? The fact that divorce is harmful to children is undisputed throughout society however is divorce really a negative choice? Can it be a positive one for both the parents and the children? Society has the notion, and various research has proven, that children who are raised in a divorced family environment are more likely to struggle when building relationships of their own and are more likely to get divorced themselves. These children are more prone to have battles with depression during their adolescent years and continue these struggles into adulthood.
The effects of divorce on children differ greatly; age, gender and stage of development must be considered as to how divorce might affect children. However, we all can agree divorce will affect them some way or another. Their world, their security and the stability they have known seem to fall apart when parents divorce. No matter what their age, children appear to have some universal worries when divorce occurs. At each stage of development, children have different needs, their cognitive understandings differ and as of such, many researchers studying divorce would consider age of children as an important variable.
The body starts going through hormonal changes and can bring about changes in personality and behavior. The child is in need of many things from those they depend on the most; their parents. In the world today, many children are being raised with the absence of one parent due to divorce, death, or abandonment. What kind of a negative impact will this absence have on the adolescent? What psychological impact will the absence of a mother have on her daughter?
There are three main factors behind the rise in child abuse. First one is the problem that the parents have. Misunderstand about the child abuse, abuse chain and parents’ psychology sometimes causes the oppression. Second one is the problem that the children have. The children who have the character that difficult to treat or some physical trouble can sometimes abused by their parents.