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.
Acceptance and involvement: Berk (2009) characterises authoritarian parents as cold and rejecting while she also notes that authoritarian parents recurrently degrade their children by either mocking or putting them down. Authoritative parents, in contrast, are characterised as warm, attentive, and sensitive to their child's needs. These characteristics help them to establish an enjoyable as well as emotionally fulfilling parent-child relationship. This draws the child into close connection with the parent. Control: Authoritarian parents exert control by yelling, commanding, criticising or threatening the child.
Hitting Children Example of Physical violence such as slapping or beating , can range from a mild to strong slap in the face causing bruising and abuse of the body of the child. Some believe that attacking children as a means of discipline and as a style of education is acceptable. They also think that it teaches them not to do things and that it prevents them from what repeating the unacceptable behavior therefore making this practice effective. The imposition of control when parents use physical violence or the threat of violence to control the behavior of the child and include beatings. This method is wrong because it had bad consequences.
I’m sure many of y’all that have kids find yourself at a point in time whereas you become impatient with your children for many different reasons. However instead of yelling or showing that you are aggravated with your kid or kids, there are other methods and ways of going about it. See the thing about parenthood is that, you were once a child yourself therefore you are already equipped with a method and that’s “beating them at their own games” or better yet knowing how to keep oneself calm although you may feel yourself getting aggravated or upset. A) That’s why, although my son every word is not clear. I take the time out to let him know or make it aware that I am trying to understand him, because Poor communication sabotages any relationship.
Even parents also unintentionally conduct emotional abuse onto their child when they said awful things to their kids, failed to give needed attention which is desired by their children as well as scaring their children with myth. In our discussion paper, we will examine into the attachment theory derived by John Bowlby by looking further into the four types of attachment, namely secure attachment, insecure attachment which include resistant attachment, avoidant attachment and disorganized-disoriented attachment and how it leads to emotional and psychological child abuse. Appropriate pictures will be illustrated to enhance the understanding of attachment theory. Attachment Theory The main theorist who proposed the attachment theory came from the joint work of John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth (Ainsworth & Bowlby, 1991) . Derived from the
Fear of confrontation with resourceful parents overwhelms their desire of alerting child neglect. As a result children may continue to live in negligent despite public knowledge. Children with disabilities have in general a larger risk of being abused (predators seek out the weakest). Knowing this, both families and teachers have a very low threshold for alerting Child welfare. The situation may improve if the issue of children’s welfare were put on the agenda, in media as well as in school.
If they see us lashing out and handling stress with anger and yelling not only can that scare the child, but it also is teaching them a negative and aggressive way to handle stress. In some cases the child also sees themselves as the stress and is more likely to feel unloved. Dysfunctional families create dysfunctional children. If we handle stress with positivity they are more likely to mirror that positive image and know that stress does not change their parents love for them. (Erickson, 2010) Children can be strong willed and very stubborn at times and how we punish them for their misbehaviors can affect them in their future relationships.
Erikson’s stages of Personality development are stage 1) Trust vs. Mistrust, 2) Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt 3) Initiative vs. Guilt, and last stage 4) Industry vs. Inferiority. In Erikson’s first stage of development is very important because it is trust vs. mistrust and without trust from a teacher or adult their will not be room for any other accomplishments. In stage one of trust vs. mistrust it depends on how the mother relationship is without the child. If children do not trust people then the will mistrust them thus leading to personality problems and classroom problems.
This aggression could bring on temper tantrums, and urges of anger making it difficult for the parent who is taking the child to a public place. These actions draw a lot of negative attention while out in public. Bullying is one other behavior brought on by aggression causing your child to be suspended or even expelled from school. “Children don't learn peaceful ways of solving conflict when they are exposed to violence. "(Mann, 2010) Antisocial behavior is also at the top of the list of behaviors caused by
Divorce affects children both mentally and physically, and is also based on the child’s age, personality and gender. When a divorce occurs, parents tend to forget about the child and do not realize how much of a negative impact that it has on the child. This paper will provide a detailed description of the emotional and psychological effects of divorce on infants, preschool aged children, school aged children and adolescents. Also, their behavioral development and strategies to help children cope with divorce. Then we will see how divorce affects children spiritually.