The growing period of a child life is very essential, due to the atmosphere they live and develop to commence being used to. But growing up is just a phase, because if a child lacks good role models in their childhood, then this incline to a conception that deplorable deportment is okay and presentable in the community. According to Parents’ Effect on Child Behavior by Rose Erickson mentions “Children model their parents and learn from them”(1). This means that every behavior from a parent is being observed from the child, and this is quite important, because when a parent struggle to make a living in the poor areas and a child does not understand the concept of saving money. A child simplify knows that they desire a certain toy and if they do get it then they are practically heart broken.
When we hear the word teenager, we think of the time were wrong choices are made all while trying to become an adult through a path of trial and error. At the age of a teenager, most choices being made are influenced by peers and how others around them work. Once teenagers graduate from high school, the urgency to move out and be on their own overwhelms most teenagers minds. Moving out means getting to make their own choices whether that is on how they spend their day or something more complicated like education choices. Teenagers often attempt to break away from living under the umbrella of their parent’s world before they have the maturity to function alone and this attempt is in actuality a misguided gesture as teenagers often fail.
Teenage years are where children are easier to be influence by their friends or their peers which results their parents to be worried about them. Parents will be worrying about their children involving in those negative elements that will harm them and their lives. Those negative elements may include give up on studying, drug
Parents influence children’s career choices both intentionally and inadvertently. By the time children move into adolescence, they begin seriously considering their futures, often looking to their parents either as role models or for career advice. A parent’s approach to this can either inspire teenagers to explore a diverse set of potential occupations or to stick to a path they think their parents will approve of. The world is changing and the dreams of each child change accordingly. Children should also be given the right to choose their career path and live their dreams but the real world experience of parents definitely can 't be put on a back seat.
The question at a young age, you commonly hear is, “Who do you look up to?” Most kids reply their mother or father or someone that they are dependent on because it’s the person they see the most and the person who does the most for them. This question leads to a statement given to me, “ Sooner or later, children take on their parents personalities.” I disagree with this statement because it’s merely based on the child’s mindset, age, parents, and morals. The real question to back up this statement is, “Are you a follower or a leader?.’ or “Do you want to be better or the same?” Mindset performs a critical factor in this statement because depending on the child’s ethos will determine if they want to exercise their parents personalities.
One would be hard pressed to find a parent holding their new baby in their hands and the parent says “I hope one day you become a teen parent”. The reason being children of teen parents start off with the odds against them. In addition, teenagers who have babies have a harder time doing things that their peers because there an entire other life they have to consider. Teen pregnancy is a hard thing to deal with. Whether it is the teen themselves or those who have to act in support roles to assist them with raising a child when they are just a child themselves.
Peer pressure is generated among teenagers because of their desires of being liked. A website organized by The Nemours Foundation in the aim of educating children about their physical and mental health problems, the KidsHealth, advertises that it mainly because they worry whether they will be laughed at if they do not go along with the social group (2017). Besides, teenagers can also cause peer pressure when they are curious about trying new things that everyone around them does. They are especially vulnerable to peer pressure, because they just leave their parents and may have not yet established their own values about human relationships or the consequences of their behavior (Hartney, 2017). Therefore, in order to be fit to the groups, teens maybe willing to engage in some activities to gain positive impressions.
Recently, children abound with energy are called 'hyperactive ', but knowing this, often parents turn into a vicious circle, worrying themselves and the kid, which is not healthy for both sides. In addition, the period of growth is the most important time when some models of children 's and parents ' behavior last a lifetime. Nobody knows better your little family members, than you, and what is the best for
Teenagers rank their friends first, if for example they are forced to publicly choose between their parents and friends, they will have no choice but to choose their friends. The reason for that is that they want to look “cool” in front of their friends and to prove that they are independent. However, teenagers actually need their parents; they just do not show it or ask for it, they would wait for their parents to approach them in order to help. "The relationship between parents and their teenage children changes during the period of adolescence; both parents and teenagers get through process of redefining their relationship…” The teenage boy or girl tends to rebel against their parents, such as when parents tell their son to take a shower, he does the opposite. He thinks that he is independent and does not need his parents to tell him what to do, hence he tries as much as possible to not ask his parents questions in order to show everyone that he can do everything solo, this is considered “healthy” and means that he is on the right path which leads into maturity .
Parents:Of course we believe and trust you dear.We were only asking.We just wanted to know whether you ok with it or not. Child:Ofcourse I’m ok with it…….angry and mumble. I’m strongly believe that,as parents that love and take good care about their children will feel sad,upset,disappointed,confuse and angry when parents have a conversations like this with their children. Actually,there are various kinds of solutions that can be applied for educating teenagers to become a good person.According to Rhonda Reid (2011) in her books, 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Facing a Bully,provided and suggested some effective ways and strategies that can be tried by parents in order to reduce and overcome bad behavioural changes among teenagers: (A)Take time to actively listen to your child without judging