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Gloria Wakhu
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How does the way we bring up our kids affects their view of life and their relationship with other people around them?

We are being brought up from different kinds of families and even religion. How does it affect the way we approach situations? Does it affect our relationship with people around us? What about our beliefs in regards to the tribe we come from?

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  1. Brenda Gutu
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    Hey Gloria, one of my favourite mentors, a retired Professor of Philosophy and Religion always said and still says, "We become the stories we see, hear, taste and smell during the first 16 years of life, and it's subconscious so we are often not aware of it! Even racists, they were told we black smeRead more

    Hey Gloria, one of my favourite mentors, a retired Professor of Philosophy and Religion always said and still says, “We become the stories we see, hear, taste and smell during the first 16 years of life, and it’s subconscious so we are often not aware of it! Even racists, they were told we black smell horrible and our brains don’t work well, so it takes a major effort to change from that horrible story.”

    And psychology has it that children form personality based on what they imprint from their caregivers especially through attachment styles. When a child is born, their mind is an empty slate. Children learn the most through observation, tell them what to be fine, but they will learn to be from who one is as a parent or guardian or caregiver.

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  1. How you bring up your child influence his/ her relationship with other people. If you instill good morals the child will interact well with other people but on the other hand if you fail to instill or teach your child good morals then it will be difficult for him/ or her to relate well with other peRead more

    How you bring up your child influence his/ her relationship with other people. If you instill good morals the child will interact well with other people but on the other hand if you fail to instill or teach your child good morals then it will be difficult for him/ or her to relate well with other people.

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  2. Brenda Gutu
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    Hey Gloria, one of my favourite mentors, a retired Professor of Philosophy and Religion always said and still says, "We become the stories we see, hear, taste and smell during the first 16 years of life, and it's subconscious so we are often not aware of it! Even racists, they were told we black smeRead more

    Hey Gloria, one of my favourite mentors, a retired Professor of Philosophy and Religion always said and still says, “We become the stories we see, hear, taste and smell during the first 16 years of life, and it’s subconscious so we are often not aware of it! Even racists, they were told we black smell horrible and our brains don’t work well, so it takes a major effort to change from that horrible story.”

    And psychology has it that children form personality based on what they imprint from their caregivers especially through attachment styles. When a child is born, their mind is an empty slate. Children learn the most through observation, tell them what to be fine, but they will learn to be from who one is as a parent or guardian or caregiver.

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  3. Environment plays a vital role when it comes to child upbringing.

    Environment plays a vital role when it comes to child upbringing.

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  1. For most people, who they are and the reason they do what they do is greatly contributed by the environment they grew up in. Children will always emulate their parent’s behaviors and thus greatly influenced by how they’re brought up. They way their parents relate with each other and how they relateRead more

    For most people, who they are and the reason they do what they do is greatly contributed by the environment they grew up in. Children will always emulate their parent’s behaviors and thus greatly influenced by how they’re brought up.

    They way their parents relate with each other and how they relate with others will most probably reflect on their relationships.

    So basically, how they’re brought up influences them alot, then after they’re grown up, they may either depart or stick depending with their circumstances

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  2. in every way imaginable. they take what they learn whether negative or positive and they allow it to define them

    in every way imaginable. they take what they learn whether negative or positive and they allow it to define them

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  1. Your family affects you as a developing individual because of the role it plays in Child Development. A child’s learning and socialization are fully controlled by their family since the family is the child’s primary social group. That’s why we pick up things like religion and culture from our immediRead more

    Your family affects you as a developing individual because of the role it plays in Child Development. A child’s learning and socialization are fully controlled by their family since the family is the child’s primary social group. That’s why we pick up things like religion and culture from our immediate family.

    Parents are the ultimate influence since they tend to greatly influence a child’s belief system, from religion to politics to personal values and habits. They socialize them into the world and (hopefully) monitor their involvement with it. Parents are the single largest factor, in my opinion, in determining a child’s success or failure in life.

    Child development also happens physically, emotionally, socially, and intellectually during this time as parent’s behavior affects the child’s development. Abusive parents may cause their children to be aggressive and violent, experience learning problems and even become involved in drugs or alcohol. Parents who abuse provide the opposite of what a child needs to grow up healthy. Instead, they destroy the inside and outside world of a child.

    However, positive relationships influences children’s learning and enables them to develop security and independence through having a key person to care for them. Children’s learning is helped when they feel safe and secure and when their parents and the people in settings they attend work together to ensure that the child’s needs are met.

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  2. Kids spend much time with their parents and take after their talks and voiced thoughts. They learn a lot from what goes on around them.

    Kids spend much time with their parents and take after their talks and voiced thoughts. They learn a lot from what goes on around them.

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