Some parents may hide crucial information such as divorce, disease, and other information as they see it as a means of protecting their children. Some parents may lie to their children because they look up to them, and they see it as disappointing their children if they know the truth (Bronson, 2008). With lying, they are not exposed to losing the trust of their children, and they see this as an easy route since
Some cultures will have different boundaries than other and also gestures that mean one thing in one culture can be unaccepted in another. For example in some cultures it is seen as unacceptable to look someone directly in the eye, especially and elder. Finding out things like these can help with effective communication. Showing respect to someone of another culture with help to breakdown barriers and make communication more effective. If it were a parent of a child at the school you worked in this would be very important if you needed to discuss something with them.
Another weakness for children and young people may be that they may find it hard to speak to a counselor as they may feel as if they are going to be judge or not taken seriously. Counselling is not appropriate for all children and young people and due to this counselling may be a weakness for some children, for example babies. This is because babies are unable to communicate and when wanting to tell someone how they feel they are unable to. Therefore babies would benefit more from therapeutic play. When parents what to support their child 's well-being they could do a variety of things with them, for example carrying out family activities, sitting together when eating and siting together watching television.
To be able toÂ build and maintain an effective relationship with a child/student you must be able to gain a trust with the child this may take time and may have set backs as they could try and push you away but standing by them and consistent with them , no matter how much they push you away keeping showing the child you are with that you are there for them. The consistency and using the correct tone of voice and attitude towards the child will help to maintain a good relationship. Being able to recognize the signs of a change in a childâ€™s behavior and knowing when a change in voice , actions and lack of eye contact the strategies to use to refrain the situation escalating. If a child has been targeting you as a person once the situation
The way parents interact with their children in one family can be different to how other parents may choose to interact with their children. When given a way to treat their children, the parents may choose to interact with their children in the way they see fulfills the requirements of their position in the experiments. This doesn’t mean that they will interact in the same way, therefore the children from one family may be subjected to treatment that isn’t the same as the treatment other children from another
If the parents restrict or discourage the child, the expected results will not be achieved. The imitation in this age plays a vital role in the child as well as his psychological development. In this stage he imitates the positive or interested actions or the people. The child does not imitate unwanted or useless actions parents must be able to encourage him in this stage. This can be seen prominent in the period of 6 and 7.
It is necessary for parents to become aware of their position and accept a child with a major contribution to the physical and mental development of the child. The consultation is an unavoidable task of psychologists and sensitizes parents to the needs of their own child, providing support and permission, in order to cope with the demands of a child placed before them. Working with parents is an important incentive to observe their situation from a perspective that will be constructive for the functioning of the entire family. With their parents working through individual counseling, as well as through group workshops, depending on the needs of parents as well as the nature of the problem with which comes a psychologist (Johnson, Christie, Wardle,
Because, differences between students such as powerful or not are not significant in their lives.Differantiating children in terms of sex, gender, race, age, language, socioeconomic status may lead to social disorder in the future. Because children is the keystone of the society. What educators and parents engrain in child in early years, will bring about some influences on society. Therefore, we should take into consideration all of situations and factors that may affect children and in this direction child should be raised with a huge caution. The other one is preparing teachers well.I think, to enhance students different abilities and skills, teachers should be more effective to teach students something in their educations.Thus, teachers should be highly-skilled and
In a relationship, some says that mysteries are more challenging and too much certainty will somehow remove the excitement in the relationship. Children nowadays are afraid of disclosing with their families but a role of a parent is to guide them and correct them when they’re taking the wrong direction. In connectedness and separateness, it can make a person more whole, however Baxter and Montgomery believes that too much connection can affect the other because of the loss of individuality. A parent-child relationship is normal if they’re too connected but there are times that a person needs to be alone because it’s always the self who will make decisions in
So, as a parent, it is important to recognize individual differences in your child’s temperament and to help him understand the impact of his temperament on other family members. It is also important that you know yourself and recognize your own unique temperament, and that you are aware how your behavioral style affects daily life in your family. Awareness of individual differences in temperament provides a positive way to prevent and manage problems that can result from a mismatch of behavioral styles within your family. Children who misbehave often do so not out of malice, but out of ignorance, boredom, or frustration, and simply need to be taught, listened to, or redirected. A child who is ignored by his parents often misbehaves to seek attention.