David Midyan 2 TIEAC paragraphs (Novel: Speak) In the beginning of the novel, Melinda is depressed. She is often alone and quiet, because she called the cops at the party. Even her ex-best friends don’t want to talk to talk to her because of that. For example, in “Spotlight” Melinda thinks, “Nobody really wants to hear what you have to say” (9 page). She thinks of that, because she realizes that others remember what happened at the party.
She stopped to get something to eat and saw her whole group meeting without her, she felt extremely unappreciated and knew the group members didn’t respect her contributions. When Janet missed a meeting to help her boyfriend that shouldn’t have been a valid excuse, Christine said nothing and carried on. The next mishap Janet didn’t answer her phone when Christine tried contacting her. The lack of communication led to misunderstanding between what Janet wanted out of the project and what Christine thought Janet wanted from the project. Christine was a marter and didn’t mind taking over the project and letting Janet be a loafer.
The listener should say what they are feeling only if it is beneficial to the relationship or to the person seeking help. When a listener displays this quality of being genuine it is most likely the seeker will become congruent as they have probably spent along time denying their feelings or not been allowed to say what they are feeling, to be congruent is to take responsibility acknowledge your feelings beware of them, then start to deal with stuff. Unconditional positive regard is respecting the help seeker as a unique being or anyone for that matter, to my believe, accepting them for who they are, this does not mean we have to agree with peoples behaviour or agree to their believes, just to accept the person; is being non-judgemental. Along with the show of genuineness and unconditional positive regard from the listener the seeker will feel comfortable within themselves, develop trust in the relationship and begin to open up, explore and start to move forward. The third quality required within this relationship is to be able to Empathise this is not to be confused with sympathy or pity, which would be to show sorrow or sadness, this would not help the seeker to progress and move on.
Respecting other will play a huge role in how others see you as well. Of course, there are a few people who do not deserve your respect, but you should always work towards treating people the way you would like to also be treated. You should be honest with people, do not insult one another, cause no harm, and do not steal from anyone. Respecting property would be the third behavior expectation. If you have ever had something taken away from you, one would know how it makes them feel when their property was not respected.
She is spending more time at hr real dad’s house and only goes home 2-3 a wk for a change of clothing. Clearly there is a clash of racial differences in the home and hr step dad is determined not to give up on Shanna but Shanna is clearly not interested in her 'white family and says that she wants to leave the house because she feels as though she is not in touch with hr culture and identity. The aspect of development that is affecting her is the lack of culture and identity in the home which she feels is a major missing part of her life and has been ever since hr mum passed
CYPOP 14 – Support Children & Young People to have positive relationships Children and Young People learn to be strong and independent through loving and secure relationships with parents, carers and other family members such as grandparents. When children are looked after outside the home they can develop security and independence through the carers in a child care setting or from teachers in school. Children’s learning is helped when they feel safe and secure and when their parents and the people in settings they attend work together to ensure that the child’s needs are met. 1.1 – Identify the different relationships children and young people may have Children and Young People have relationships and come into contact with many
Some people, especially psychologists, believe that the best way to give advice to our friends, family and other people is to identify what they want and then advising them about how to reach that they desire. However, other people, including psychoanalysts, think that it is not necessary to find out the interests and goals of the people who are asking us an advice. As you can see, this issue is a controversial one but a closer examination reveals that identifying what people want is mandatory in order to give a good advice. My reasons are the following: First, if we don’t identify what people want, probably we will give a wrong advice. In other words, if we don’t consider the motivations of these people who look for an advice, probably we will advise them based on our personal desires and goals, which probably may be the opposite of these people want.
Adopted teenagers benefit from the vast support of family, friends, and other people involved in their lives. Being a part of a loving home enables the adopted children to be involved in positive, structured youth activities. Studies have indicated that adoption has helped many children to become stronger in their personal identity and self-esteem. Not only the infertile parents but also the parents who want more children but do not want to add to the overpopulation of the country, they become adoptive parents. Adopting a child is an experience that promises to bring great joy as it changes a couple or individual’s life forever.
Love is an important characteristic of parenting, because it teaches children how to accept love, and how to show love in return. For example, when a child is young, and is told “I Love You” daily, or given a simple kiss hello or goodbye, the child will have a better chance of understanding love themselves. Children who are in a stable loving environment when they are young will successfully be able to convey love when they get married and have children of their own. A child who is shown love throughout their lifetime will be more affectionate and caring towards others. A continuous positive and loving attitude can be carried on through teenage years to adult hood.
However, if your group does not identify with you, it is difficult to get them to follow you. Yes, a good leader would have the skills to see that she might have to communicate with people differently to get them involved in the process. That could be done by offering to hear his/her opinion on the subject. Getting he’s or hers prospective can be a way of letting the person know that you value his or her input. This person will see that you have valued his or her opinion, and if you do not use his concepts or at least incorporate some of their ideas’ then you must tell then why you don’t think their concepts would be appropriate.