The parents’ actions after the change from them caring for their children to the nursery caring for them shows that they are scared of the change. The parents are scared that there are going to be further changes to their family and want to change it back to before the nursery. However, some disagree with this theme and say that the main theme of the story is abandonment. They say this because there are many points in the story which showcase abandonment. The children’s actions also support the theme of people are scared of change.
I will still be scared of turning out like my mother. I'll still fear that one day I will be the spitting imagine of who she is, inside and out. She left her children for something that took over her life; left a great man for someone that made her hate herself, and chose to continue to live that way despite how many times her children have begged her to change. I'll still fear turning out like my father, his past abusive relationships with my mother and the mother of his other three children, and the past abusive realtionship with him and myself. Maybe I'll fear the fact that they both have their blood running through my veins and I have watched the struggle and the pain, and in twenty years I don't want to live the same way.
It might finally give rise to the psychological problem that does harm to their mental health development. In addition, it might cause deterioration in the family relationship. When parents are in complete control over the daily life of their children, they would cause resentment towards their parents. Family conflicts would eventually exist and children might become more rebellious which is contrary to the original objectives of applying authoritarian parenting. Therefore, it suggests that this parenting style is not effective and authoritative parenting would be a great substitute to replace
“Today, more than 23 million American children live in a single-parent household (“State Divorce Laws”). Many children have watched their parents go through a divorce. It can be very hard experience for children to go through. Some researchers have suggested that not only the divorce itself, but the tensions between the parents have a harmful impact on children. Children who experience divorce are also more likely to have social or pathological problems as they grow up.
All they was testimony that had been altered by the Prosecution. So my reaction is quite concerning, this could possibly happen to anyone again. I’m sure it will and has. So my reaction is less focussed towards the accused and more towards the hysteria that surround the accused. I actually focussed on the movie because it's something that grabs your attention for the wrong reasons.
Reasons why people think they shouldn’t adopt because they think that will be uncap able of taking care of them. Let’s say the parent is sick, now who would take care of the child? But with married couples, if one parent is sick then the other parent will still be there for the child. Another reason is the parent might have to work a lot more to take care of the child which means the parent won’t be there for the child because it’ll be working too much. A reason that stuck out to me is that when the parent dies then the child will be orphaned.
The loss of a loved one’s ability tends to ripple further throughout the family. To think that a partner or loved one would not be able to do the usual activities can be disheartening to his or her significant others, bringing great strain to their relationship and putting it to a test. According to Brehm (1981): The result of disability is that the well partners become more like parents or nurses, which not only detracts from the relationships, but also may cause resentment, which in turn may lead to irritability or frustration and a lack of communication.
It affects their moods, personality and has potential to be a detriment to their lives especially when growing up. In the earlier years of a child’s upbringing, it is imperative to have both of your parents to be together and with the family. This because children not knowing any better need both figures present and would feel so lost in certain aspects if mom or dad were absent. For example,
“The reader knows that if Bella hurts herself she will also punish Edward for his rejection, but Bella must not recognise this consciously otherwise her distress at being rejected would not seem real, and her subsequent self-harming actions would seem consciously manipulative. ”(Jarvis
This type of family will greatly affect the behavior of the child because the parent’s (either mother or father) attention will be shifted to their new spouses and sometimes forget their children. This will give a big impact to the behavior of the child because he or she feels neglected or loneliness. But the major composition of a family that surely gives a big impact to the child is a broken family. The family can be broken in a variety of ways; Divorce, annulment, separation, desertion, and death mean that the family is structurally incomplete. When children are placed in institutions or in foster homes, family ties are broken.
These trust issues usually arise from traumatic childhood events in which a trusted adult figure who holds a high level of influence (such as a mother or father) in the child’s life has done something in order for the child to lose their trust and confidence in them. Traumatic childhood events are typically the cause of the child’s issues that they will take with them long into adolescence and adulthood if the issues at hand are not resolved. Once trust is lost in someone who plays a significant role in an individual’s life, it’ll become difficult to trust anyone else for that matter. The ability to distinguish who is trustworthy becomes difficult as one’s judgment of character is now blurred. This can also be related to the gang conflict.
We may know that it could of been for the best, yet that can play a role in a child when they are maturing. This can hurt kids with whom to trust, for the one person you are suppose to be able to depend on as a child was taken away from him. This can hurt the relationships they have with others for they are scared so they act out. Maybe even they are scared to get “attached” to the other caregiver, for the child may think that they will just be taken away also.
Parents put a lot of stress on their children. From setting high expectations, to forcing them to live a life they do not want, the amount of pressure applied to the children could have an everlasting effect on them. This pressure could lead the struggling children to want distance and space from their parents. That distance could then lead to a spark of curiosity in the children to find any means of escape. Which happens to be the case of Christopher McCandless.
Siblings have a bond that ties them to one another for their whole lives, whether they live together or hundred miles apart. There are some situations though that split up a sibling relationship like divorce or foster care. Foster care can be the glue to hold the children's future together, but it is the knife that cuts siblings apart. The splitting of siblings especially in foster care can be traumatic and detrimental to those children. Due to regulations of age or number of children allowed in a foster home, siblings must be split up which can cause behavioral, psychological, relationship issues with one or all of the siblings.