This is due to their previous experience with adults who abused or molested them. A child who has been sexually assaulted will feel insecure in the society and feel that everyone is going to hurt them. They will have a little self-possession, feel lonely and irritated. Moreover, the child can sense helpless, fear losing control and lack of respect and trust in authority. It is impossible for them to trust anyone that easily because of the past experiences that they had.
Rose clearly demonstrates how prejudice can blind people to the truth. This is because fear, hate, and suspicion may ’cloud’ judgment and make it hard to accept what is real, especially about ‘others ’ who are different. Furthermore, those personal feelings things may also blind people to the truth, because of their flaws they may learn what people they really are . This can be illustrated in the 3rd Juror, who has a bad relationship with his son. He thought ‘kids like him’, the defendant, should be punished, because he sees his son in the 16-year-old defendant.
When an adult uses spanking as a way to react, rather than act, it becomes fuzzy as to when you should or should not spank a child. Opponents of spanking state that spanking is done out of anger and that the kids never learn a lesson from spanking done this way. It would clearly show them this happens when mommy or daddy is mad. This may be true in some cases but not all. Majority of adults know this,
In United States, spanks by parents have caused lots of critical situations that calls for attention. Children spanking is not the best way to discipline a child as it has resulted in a situation where children are being violent. It has led to children being afraid of their parents and unable to disclose personal needs and challenges they encounter to them, which is not a connection of love between parents and children. Children spanking has also lowered their self-esteem and encourage them in doing worse things. For all these reasons, I fiercely support the topic that "Children should not be spanked in order to discipline them for a negative behavior".
Spanking, frankly doesn’t resolve the problem of kids lashing out. Sometimes it makes them wilder then they already are. This is not only harmful for kids but it’s also emotionally drain on parents. Ways of resolve this problem of parents using spanking as a method of disciplining a child is having parents communicate with their child. Communication is the key to resolving your problems without violence.
Because of his over-reliance of his parents, he thinks everything is their fault; his anger is uncontrollable and he barely has any respect for anything. 'Irresponsible.' What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear that word? Someone who lies and tries to cover his or her mistakes? Someone who blames everyone else for the consequences of their actions?
He gets filled with anger when he is told, “No.” His mother corrects him throughout the day because she notices that he is developing unhealthy behaviors, like hitting other children that he feels he is superior towards. According to (Gottlieb, 2002) who does not treat the little boy, “This is a distinct psychological problem in children which is separate from diagnoses such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder, and
“Bullies are just children with parents who treat them bad”, is said a lot when talking about bullying, have I observed. I just think that every kid is getting teased by its parents, and then in the school they will do the same to get friends, but kids haven’t learned to feel for others, or don’t know much about communication or anything else, and then they just thinks that it is okay, and then adults has to stop it when it still is stoppable, for else they will, in some way, feel it as a hobby, and then it just continues. In the story we read, I portray Peter as a scared, young man, who doesn’t know when and how he has to say no. Cause if Peter had said no in the beginning of his life, it might not, would have ended up in the jury. I think he has always been doing things right, and haven’t had many friends in society as well in school.
Most opinions still lean toward spanking being a form of abuse and that spanking a child is totally unacceptable because striking a young child will not actually teach them to be good. Spanking also hurts children mentally and spanking a child is no different from hitting some one else. The majority of parents that hit their kids are at the point of frustration and anger where they feel that spanking is the last thing left for them to do. Spanking can be ineffective because it does not teach an alternative behavior. Children may feel resentful, humiliated, and helpless after being spanked.
It’s so depressing and boring and it doesn’t really help anyone in life. It will always remind that person what they did wrong to be put in jail. There is a child twist of devastating lives that happen in similar situations like the ones that happen in Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes. In this book, envelops a story in which kids and teenagers overcome their insecurities by standing up for themselves and proving that they are not what they are being called or treated. Like the situation that when Sarah and Eric were writing that paper on Dale Thornton because he was bullying them and so Sarah and Eric started making fun of him.