The adopted children can grow up like other children as well. But owing to the different comprehension of religion and morality, there are still some people who think children adopted by gay parents will become mentally unhealthy. They hold the following views. First, children are more possible to suffer sexual assault by homosexual parents. Second, they think the adopted children are vulnerable to teasing and harassment, particularly as they approach adolescence.
But, parents believe that having a disabled child is also having disadvantages as to them. Seth, as a psychologist and parent of a special needs child of his own, detected several adverse effects such as parents of a disabled child would resent their child in such situations. Another, moods of the parents will suffer because the environment is so demanding than before. Some parents are stressed enough to get angry at their disabled child, but because they love their child, instead of getting mad at them, they will put their anger on other people. The romantic relationship of the parent will be affected too as well as their interpersonal relationships.
Homosexual boys and men are either forced into conversion therapy or make a voluntary choice to attend because they were raised to believe their sexuality is unnatural. While some may argue that it could help the homosexual individual become closer to God, therapists should not allow gay conversion therapy because it takes away their fundamental human rights, discriminates against homosexuals, therefore, forcing them to conform to society's standards, and is damaging to the mental health of clients subjected to the treatments. Gay conversion therapy, although seemingly fading out of social normality, is a form of therapy used to
The most influential agent of socialization I the family. In this chapter this is shown, generally the kids in “street” families had the tendency to act similar to their parents. “The kind of home he comes from influences but does not determine the way he will ultimately turnout,” (105). The kids would be quick to hit someone else if they did not get their way, they would yell and argue in very unorderly fashions, just like they had seen their parents do or other adults they had been surrounded by. Aside from family peers are also a strong agent of socialization, especially in a system like this in which children are raised through accomplishment of natural growth, in which they are surrounded by other children in all their free time and often times children not in their age group.
If parents are constantly fighting this means that one of them think that they're marriage is over. They may try counseling but it will most probably won't work because one of the thinking of one of the parents. Divorce needs to be thought as a process instead of as a single event that influences people's lives. The negative effects children in divorced families have is not because of divorce but due to exposure to traumatic processes and experiences. During the course of a marriage, one or more marital partners begin to feel alienated from the other.
For instance, some of the parents of the kids from the show live in harsh conditions. Eventually, the kid from Dominican Republic will want to get his parents the quality they deserve and let them know they aren’t alone in difficult times. It shows that with his talent he will help get his parents away from poverty. The kid acts like a adult which means he already
Responsible Fathers If you are a father who is reading this you might need to listen to this words. For a child mostly for girls it’s always better for a parent for them to be by their side especially for fathers for when they reach their adolescence age they tend to be more tippier than they were before. A positive father-daughter relationship tend to have a very huge impact on a little girl’s life and even determine if she develop into a strong and confident woman or a weak timid woman. A daddy’s influence on his daughter’s life mostly shapes her overall ego, self-image, confident and her opinion of other men. “How Dads approach their life will often serve as his daughter to build off her own life when they grow up, even if the sees a
However, the benefits of homosexual parenting are outweighed and greater than its drawbacks. It is because the advantage of it can cover for the kids, the adults both. The good points for the kids can more sympathy and the gays can learn how to do be the good parents. For the first advantage, it is the kids raised by gays and lesbians guardians say their childhood show them more empathy. According to the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry in 2007, Goldberg has met with 46 people who grown in the homosexual family.
They may begin to feel or wonder will they fit into society and where and actually will they be accepted into society. As a teenager is searching to find who they are they may drift from different peer groups, go through phases or also go through different personality, behaviour stages but this is a positive thing according to Erik Erickson. This is important because it is all in the process of forming a strong identity and also a sense of direction in their lives. It is important for parents or guardians to be support through this exploration stage of their child’s life, as a child will remember this support as they become older and also it may contribute to who they may become. Whilst in the crisis of identity vs role confusion an adolescent may become concerned how they appear to others.
III) Homosexuals can provide the love, care and home that a child needs (Reason). A) Homosexuals work and know what it means to provide a home not only for themselves but for a child (Warrant). B) According to the article “Gay Parenting Pros and Cons” by Crystal Lombardo gay parents are about the benefits of the new family unit and its impact to society, they are able to help in focusing on the child’s welfare and are able to give the child they adopt the opportunity of living in a loving family which they have not yet experienced (Backing). 1) According to the article “Pros & Cons of Foster Care” children and the family involved in the foster care system not only have many resources available to them provided such as education, but they also receive a small amount of money to help the foster family in providing for the child (Rebuttal). IV) Homosexuals are still people regardless of sexual orientation and deserve to parent without interference from peoples judgements and beliefs
The negative influence from being isolated for the children effects in their growing stage, which makes him/her, reserved personality (Gonzalez, M., Jones D., & Parent, J 2014.) Most of the time children gravitate towards certain risky behaviors is because they are lacking attention and supervision from parent. This affects them the most because they are getting the right guidance the child needs in order to cope with his/her
Children without parents deserve the opportunity to be raised by a gay or lesbian couple just as much as a gay or lesbian couple deserves to become parents. (4). A gay or lesbian couple can give the child a complete family experience that they did not have before. (3). Children that are adopted by a gay or lesbian couple get the opportunity to get the benefits from new parents both in health and
In this scene, Randy felt guilty and trapped because he could not escape his sexual desires. He felt unworthy because he could not be redeemed for his sins. Another theme that was introduced was sexual identity. It seems that a majority of the characters were going through confusion with sexuality identity. For example, one of Randy’s friends, Justine was ashamed for being a virgin and wanted Randy to have sex with her because no one else in the school seemed willing enough to do the job.
For example, “Atticus Finch can inspire us to be better people and better parents and the story shows that it is not impossible to raise your kids to be respectful and humble people. Those traits are painfully absent from so many of today’s families.” (TKAM still culturally relevant, 8) What’s being said is that basically many of the basic manners known 50 years ago are lost in today’s society. People, especially young men and women, are much different in the way they carry themselves. Reading this book can give parents and teens a new view on life and morals. Also, “Parents can model their own