Foster children who receive affection and communicate with their foster parents tend to have less behavioral problems except for anxiety/depression. Children who are neglected and judged are more likely to have more behavioral problems such as aggressive behavior, rule breaking, anxiety/depression, etc. When looking at authoritarian parenting foster children have all types of behavioral problems except that these children will not withdraw from the environment. Research says that because of this type of parenting that sets forth discipline and obedience, children have the biggest behavioral problem when it comes to the outside world. They have aggressive behavior towards the environment.
They fear as if they use to much power on their child, the child would end up hating them so they just do whatever the child want. Authoritative parents has a teaching style balance of freedom and responsibility. They do not want their child to run amuck so they teach their children to know from what is right and wrong, which can allow their child a certain right of freedom. Authoritative parents encourage independence in their children but to also maintain maturity and respect to others around them. Permissive parents do not really teach their children what adult-like behaviors are in public, they expect their child to regulate their own behavior
Sibling rivalry also has positive effects- it can be a positive force that encourages children to push themselves further than they would normally do by themselves. It can also teach them key life skills about sharing and working with others. However, just because sibling rivalry is common, doesn 't mean it isn 't serious. When a rivalry goes on for too long, it can often turn into bullying, especially if the siblings are close in age. Being bullied by a sibling is much more difficult as you have to see them everyday, and parents or teachers are less likely to take bullying seriously if the children involved are related.
They are deemed to be consumed with their own needs so much that they ignore or neglect the needs of their children. Children with neglectful parents showed the lowest levels in social, emotional, and academic abilities (Steinberg, Lamborn, Darling, Mounts, & Dornbusch, 1994). Children from neglectful family are often very lonely because they do not receive the necessary love from their parents. They also do not know how to develop their social skills and they might face difficulties in school, furthermore, they will act out the emotion in order to get the attention from their parents (Miller, 2010). These children often end up with psychological and behavioural problems.
Research also shows that authoritarian style parenting differs greatly from that of permissive and authoritative styles. There is a pattern emerging in the research that suggests authoritarian style parents have high expectations of their children and have very strict rules that they expect to be followed unconditionally. They express very little warmth or nurturing towards the child and may have a dysfunctional relationship as the child reaches adolescent years. The parents tend to be driven by obedience and status and expect their orders to be obeyed without question. The children of authoritarian parents tend to be controlled through shaming, the withdrawal of love, or other punishments and reasons for rules are not usually explained (Baumrind 1966).
To solve these problems parents try to use various ways of influence on their children. Some of them are effective, some are not, it is very individual and depends on the character of the teenager. Moreover, it is age of storm-and-stress that causes much misunderstanding. According to the scientific research, teenagers with proper upbringing have fewer problems with their parents and generation gap is not so noticeable in these families, contrary to children from dysfunctional families who suffer from the lack of parental care, misunderstanding and indifference. First and most effective way of influence in young people’s behavior is giving a good example.
Most of the parents raise their children in many different ways, and parents try to understand what their child 's biggest interest. Most of the times parents do not know how to raise their children in a better way, some parents may be too strict with their children, on the other hand, some parents would love to fulfil any wishes of their children. For my opinion, strict parents could teach children how to be discipline, reduce social risks, and children can be more independent and responsible. First of all, children who are under strict parents tend to be more discipline, compared to permissive parents. Usually strict parents will keep their children under control.
An example of this can be smiling to everyone passing by. Behaviours portrayed in front of children can affect their comprehension of it as they do not know right from wrong. Showing rude behaviour or harmful punishments towards children can affect their comprehension of abuse which can seen as right to them. This will then affect the generations coming because they start to believe violence is the answer to everything wrong. What we learn from a young age is what we continue to do in our mature life.
This human nature is problematic in that it is self-centered and ego-centric instead of naturally being concerned about the whole of society. Case studies and observations of individuals that have been isolated for prolonged periods of time during formative years have born this truth out, showing that when attempts were later made to socialize them they were very withdrawn, fearful, and hostile towards others. This is a part of our nature called self-preservation. In observing children even in the best social environments, there are certain characteristics that will be observed. It is not in our human nature to share or consider the feelings of others, this can be witnessed in any preschool environment in America.
Parental conflict disturbs child’s emotions too. Education performance: The children who are disturb from family not progress as much because they always face un comfortable, in secure environment at home. Behaviour problem: These type of children mostly like to be stubborn, having behaviour and attitude problem. using abusive language which mostly seen between parent’s conflict. Child parent’s