We live in a society that is interdependent. We learn to experience emotions like love, care and share just by living in this society. Our family and friends indeed are the most important influence on us. They are our main support groups and sometimes act as an interventionist as well. Both family and friends are quite often responsible for our good or bad.
In order for this age of children to develop and thrive properly they need their parents to supply them with nutrition, and a stable home. They need their parents to provide assistance and guidance with homework and parental supervision. Children in middle childhood are self-critical and socially aware (Berger, 2010). Therefore, these children need repeated reassurance to promote the child’s self-esteem. Middle Childhood children depend on their parents to accommodate time for them to form friendships with their peers for these children to obtain social adequacy.
Unfortunately, those people might not realize the negative effects of single parenthood on the children’s psychological and physical development. Children should be raised in two-parent families because both parents play different roles during the development of their children, provide better support for their children and avoid negative psychological effects on the children caused by the lack of one-parenting. Firstly, since father and mother play different roles in the family, both parents have critical values in the development of their children. For example, the father often plays the leading role in the household. His primary responsibility is to bring in the income to support for the family.
Early on parents are the biggest influence on our lives. You learn from friends and family. Social-context is when socializing is not good developmentally when in isolation. Social context affects how a person thinks and feels about you and others. A cultural value in society in which one is raised defines what is desired and undesired in personality and behavior.
According to the authors, millennial students were influenced by a unique set of culture, such as hard work, supportive parents who desire the best for their future. Even with these positive qualities, millennial students also give difficulties to their teachers, counselors and the administrators at high school and college levels. An additional influence on the millennial students is parental involvement. Parents of this generation pay very close attention to their children’s academic progress and extracurricular activities. Elam, et al.
"These kids are often taught to subvert their own needs to please a difficult parent, and it sets them up for a long-standing pattern of trying to get love and care from a difficult person," says Shawn Burn, PhD, a psychology professor at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. "They're often replaying a childhood pattern filled with development gaps," Wetzler says. How to Know You're in a Codependent Relationship Watch out for these signs that you might be in a codependent relationship: * Are you unable to find satisfaction in your life outside of a specific person? * Do you recognize unhealthy behaviors in your partner but stay with
Both types of people are needed to make the world go around. A healthy part of every child's development is involvement with their peers. This is especially true during adolescence as teenagers develop a sense of independence from their parents. Today’s teenagers develop close friendship with their peers and get so much connected to them that they sometimes start copying others ethicates and get some bad inspiration from them. Peer pressure can also be created by a sense of comparison in many cases like food, clothing, hobbies, competition in studies, and the list goes on.
“However, several familiar settings have special importance to the socialization process” (Macionis, 2009, p. 79). This especially rings true regarding the family unit. Infant care rests primarily with parental figures. As the child grows, parents are constantly teaching their children, making sure they learn the necessities, ultimately ensuring that they grow into successful adults. However, “not all learning results from intentional teaching by parents” (Macionis, 2009, p. 79).
As parents we are supposed to be guardians, providers and protectors of the family. There are many characteristics in being a good parent. *I think that parents need to be good listeners when it comes to their children. Sometimes we are so quick to judge our children's actions and words that we tend not to hear them crying out for love, attention or just help in general. We need to listen to them and their feelings and how they react to things.
They can use their own experience to teach their children and to help their children to learn the difficulties they encounter, just like the parents of student B in the story I mentioned at the outset.However, some of the lower educational parents also want their children to have higher and higher education, but they don’t have enough ability to help them, these children have to overcome many difficulties by themselves, that are very hard.And we all know parents as the first teacher of children, they not only influence the children’s score, also the mind of them. Therefore, I learn something from this project that is the higher parental educational attainment are good for children academic achievement.During the process of doing a research