FATHER/SON RELATIONSHIP Blacky’s relationship with his father is integral in moulding the adolescent that he is. Although the relationship between the two is clearly negative, it somewhat helps him to look past the fatherly influences, and to seek positive role models to assist him through the journey to maturity. Blacky’s self-esteem levels are low due to the negative relationship and he expects no support from his father. His relationship with his mother, the relationships he develops with other men assist Blacky in developing the courage to stand up for what he believes in. During the course of the novel of ‘Deadly Unna?’ the readers are exposed to the negativity between the father and his son.
The expected reaction to his father’s rare appearances would be what the child did in the story. He is too young to understand that his father is an important part of his life also. 2. Larry is not reliable as the narrator of events. He is obviously biased against his father and wants his mother’s sole attention.
The superego is our moral authority this developed through identification of our parent’s moral rules and the social norms of society If the ego fails to balance the id and the superego this can lead to conflict and may result in a psychological disorder. If the id is not balanced by the ego and it becomes dominate this can lead to destructive tendencies and adverse pleasurable behaviour. However, if the superego becomes dominate an individual may be unable to experience any form of pleasurable gratification. This leads on to Defence mechanisms which convert unconscious impulses into more acceptable forms. For example, with displacement an impulse may be redirected away from its original target onto a more acceptable one (e.g.
All young children need a father figure, especially boys. Fathers can teach allot about how to become a “tough lad” and how to behave when you are with others boys on your own age. These are critical life lessons, which might could had helped Charlie from not ending in the situation he is in. His relationship to his mother however, that is a whole other story: He feels a passionate demonstrative love for her boisterous presence His love for his mother could have made Charlie a little bit weak and “girly” so to speak. She has probably been very anxious about Charlie growing up, and maybe been a bit to overprotective.
Self-concept and Perception Impact Interpersonal Communication Self –concept is an idea of the self constructed from the beliefs one holds about oneself and the responses of others. Jim’s self-concept impacted his interaction with his father in a negative way. This is only because Jim is not his father and doing things such as his father expected from him. The way we want our children to be is our own self-concept but it doesn’t always turn out that way. Jim’s self-concept is, “I just want to go to school and do the best I can and be normal.” Such as hang out, party a little from time to time, basically living his own life not the life of his father’s.
Young people can get abusive emotionally and sexually. Calling young kids names could really have an effect on them in a major way, it will make them deeply depress, that they will start using drugs just to feel better. Its ashame that drugs is the main source that many young people use to calm their nerves down. However, what are the parents doing, when their child is going through a depressing mood? Sometimes the parents can be the problem, because there are parents out there that are very abusive to their children.
He needed to be treated as if he was a part of the community and maintains an ability to make a difference. However, the teachers all shoved him away refusing to hear his heart crying out for love and acceptance. He had no idea who he was as a person nor love to guide him through life. Paul’s father could have made the biggest impact on his suicide. More than anyone, a boy needs his father to approve of him and teach him how to be a man.
Sedaris and Sanders both describe their events with an emotional state in their lives, one being "Cyclops" which describes his father's exaggerated messages towards dangerous encounters as "Under the Influence" by Sanders causes a mournful tone as he recollects his father's alcoholism. "Under the influence" By Sanders truly sparked a dramatic scene in my head as I read his story as a kid dealing with a dramatic house hold experience. He dealt with a loving relative which happened to be his father, self destruct before his eyes as he watched helplessly. I can remember being at that age, where most things seem simple until I met my fathers other half. It was like night and day as weekdays turned into weekends and father figures turning me into an agitated and frusterated kid.
Freud believed that there were two main causes of abnormality in general. One of these was childhood traumas and the idea that a bad memory from our childhood is so traumatic that it buries itself in our subconscious. This is what is believed to cause problems later on in our adult life. The second cause was the concept that our mind has not learned to rationalise our id and our superego, and that our ego is undergoing unconscious conflict which causes us anxiety, and excessive use of defence mechanisms. Defence mechanisms are powerful, unconscious influences on our behaviour which are used as coping
This illness is very dangerous for a teen, because it can create other problems such as Substance abuse, Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, Anxiety disorders, like separation anxiety and other mental illnesses, like depression. (Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens) Addiction of social networks play’s with teenager’s mind, and makes them unhealthy in comparison between themselves and others. As a result they have the feeling of lower Self- Esteem and Poor body image. Based on a study researched from Dr. Harry Brandt, found that “Young people spend a lot of time and energy on Facebook criticizing their own image and bodies, comparing with others and wishing to look like someone