1.4. Analyse how children’s learning and development can be affected by: Personal factors are a child’s genes which influence development and how the brain works. This influences a child’s personality, potential and health which will later be influenced by their environment • Influences before and at birth: genetics, maternal, diet etc. during pregnancy and birth itself can have problems due to the lack of oxygen (cord around the neck) and injuries during birth. • Encouragement: if children are not given the praise and encouragement they need, this will affect their relationships and friendships as they get older and they will have poor attachment this can develop into anxiety, depression and they will lack motivation.
While other kids their age are still getting help from a parent or guardian. As a result, these adolescents experience psychological trauma, financial instability, which both combined to yield a vicious cycle of foster care. Psychological Trauma Before turning 18, kids in the foster care system already experience a plethora of traumatic instances. As a result, a significant mental health risk among kids in foster care is PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder.
Internalizing problems are negative behaviors and low self-esteem. Externalizing problems are disobeying rules, physical aggression, and threatening others. As a result of constant interparental violence, a child's coping ability may be, depleted, which, can result in physiological problems(Kelley 1025) And over time, the more these children are exposed to this violence, their ability to regulate feelings of, fear and worry, is weakened causing them to be, more vulnerable to internalizing problems. However, the children who are better able to maintain these feelings are more likely to experience internalizing problems(Kelley 1026). Witnessing parental violence affects a child's
Although the affects that divorce has on a child differs depending on the child, and their unique circumstances, years of research continue to reveal the negative effects and influence it is has on children and the development of their personality. While it is not guaranteed that divorce will alter a child's personality, it does greatly increase the possibility. No matter what age a child is, divorce introduces a massive change into their life. Adjusting to this monumental life change can cause a child to suffer from symptoms of psychological distress, and emotional scars that could possibly last into adulthood. A child suffering emotionally from their parents' divorce could develop new personality traits as coping mechanisms in an attempt to deal with their deep and lasting emotional trauma.
When teens grow up, they have to deal with a lot of stress in their life and it may seem difficult for them to control all of the life and hormonal changes. Some adults feel their kids are going to do such that things to pay attention. It is necessary to see warning signs as serious. If you are the parent of a suicidal teen, try to understand listen to them. Keeping the lines of communication between parents and teens is also important.
Which can be easily interpreted that children with incarcerated parents carry adverse childhood experience (ACE’s) that inhibits the child from properly developing mentally and that these risk factors are a major barrier for this at-risk population to cope with every day situation which places them at risk both behaviorally and educationally. Another example according to Smith & Young (2017), “Also children of incarcerated parents suffer from a variety of physical and social issues such as migraines, depression,
As the character is introduced, fundamentals of the [character’s] childhood are revealed. The reader begins to discover and determine how the character’s life as a child was, and can therefore identify certain events that may have taken place and caused the character extreme distress. Trauma in a young person can cause them to build up emotional walls, otherwise known as defenses. The “defenses or core issues” are “selective perceptions, selective memory, denial, avoidance, displacement, projection, regression and active reversal”. The child blocks the memories out because they are too painful to endure again, which prompts the child to become numb to any, if not all, signs of positive outreach from another human being.
In this essay I will argue that peer pressure is not good for self-development based on my researches and understandings. As a teenager myself, I believe that every teen will face a form of peer pressure growing up, whether it’s negative or positive. Loneliness and desire for acceptance often drives students to give in to negative peer pressure. We often hear about the dangers of peer pressure and its effect to teens. One of the negative effects is losing their interest in their hobbies.
Distress or bad stress needs to be monitored in a way in which it is unable to get out of control and control the psychological emotions of an individual. An example of distress can be seen in many cases of study works and every-day life occurrences. Signs of bad stress can be physical, emotional, mental and even relational. As an individual I have experienced and struggled with a lot of distress in the past, to when I first started school and when I received my final grades for year 12. When I first began high school, the fear of not knowing anyone and meeting new people, provided many physical and behavioural signs of bad stress.
Many maps used to deal with problems in childhood are transferred to adulthood and are ill-suited for the task. Thus, transference is useful as a child but typically detrimental when used as an adult. Many of these maps are according to Peck drawn to deal with parents and other familial figures that are important during the early childhood
Anxiety is one major illness that children often go untreated for. One in eight children are diagnosed with anxiety. Research shows that untreated children with anxiety disorders are at higher risk to perform poorly in school, miss out on important social experiences, and engage in substance abuse. That can be prevented or the effects can be lessened by attending therapy.
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.