How Transitions Affect Children's Behaviour And Development

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Describe, with examples, how transitions may affect children and young people’s behaviour and development • A 13 year old whose parents are divorcing May show aggression and anger, often acting in a rebellious manner, and could take their anger out on their parents. They may not respond to discipline. They could feel guilty, believing they are be the cause of the separation. They may become more independent, not wanting to be part of the new way of life. They might have difficulty sleeping, which will have a detrimental effect on their learning. They may lose their motivation at school, and find it hard to concentrate. They may comfort eat or lose their appetite, which could develop into an eating disorder. They could become self conscious,
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