The skills to communicate effectively is essential for developing a pessimistic relationships with children, especially as they grow old. It does not only give an easy access to a harmonious and happy working environment but it is also the main focus of in developing the potential learning skills among the young ones.
The early years of life sets the stage for the remainder of a child’s life. Different forms of experiences interact with a child’s that can actually affect the framework of the developing brain. The first three years are particularly essential, as the brain develops during that stage. Parents, teachers, siblings and caregivers all affect early childhood development.
A child’s environment and experience have long-lasting effects on his language development pattern. Communication is the main aspect of a child’s development. We can see that it’s very important for a child to communicate their needs. They also need to learn to listen which is an important factor in communication. A child’s increasing ability to language development learns how to cope with the world in bigger and better ways, leading to the development of their identity, with others and their capacity to learn. Children enhance their skills thru different forms of development.
Children who are raised in institutions have high risks experience psychosocial deprivation that has a negative impact on the skills and in the regulation of emotion, to maintain a social balance among young ones. Children who are reared into the foster care intervention had a distinguished attention bias toward positive motivation, hence children who experienced the usual care had a specific bias toward threat. A positive bias can lead to more social engagements, more prosocial behavior, and less emotionally withdrawn behavior. The intensity of positive bias among children was predicted by the length of placement of institutionalization into foster care. Positive motivation was associated with reduced risk for behavioral problems among children who experienced early deprivation. Based on the research assessing attention biases in children experiencing early social stress may enhance our understanding of the mechanisms underlying risk for later social disorders and inform prevention efforts.
Exposure to early-life struggles—involving repeated and prolonged separation can possibly results in hyper reactivity. Early exposure to stress at a young age can be associated with immediate, but not lasting vulnerable situations. Investigations of early-life difficulties and stress-related response in humans have produced decidedly mixed findings. Although there might be possibilities of inconsistencies, exposure to one’s life is associated with a range of positive and negative developmental outcomes, including pity and poor mental and physical health and a different social functioning. Lack of responsiveness and sensitive care is one of the most distinguished concerns of the environment for children who are in the liability of institutions and foster care placement.
Maternal presence has been proven to lessen all the possibilities of encountering the delay of the language development and expand the knowledge of the communications among young ones. Another aspect of language is it can be either positive or negative. Approaches in behaving better and achieving something for children must be fairly different. There is an important just treatment for all children. Children sometimes need to stop from what they are doing and think of a bit whether what they do but the way they can harm them. Different forms of communication engage all learners from what they can learn from. Opportunity to Children should be given the opportunity to think about what they are doing and work out for themselves whether there is a problem and how they might solve it. It is also important that we provide children with affirmative language, praising their efforts and maintaining an ethos of positive communication to boost children’s self-esteem. The use of positive communication helps children understand more about themselves, their groups and their world that can enable their self-esteem to develop. Children who have low self-esteem, which caused by negative communication, can result in anxiety and further issues if the child will encounter very rare positivity around him or her.
According to Tomasello (2008) as part of his studies in a cooperative model of human cooperation, there is some part of social dilemmas in our environment. Social dilemmas are situations in which collective interests are at odds with private interests: pollution, depletion of natural resources, and intergroup conflicts, are at their core social dilemmas. Due to the different forms of disciplines and their importance, social dilemmas have been studied by different areas of knowledge. These studies typically explain the tendency to cooperation by dividing people in appealing to forms of external controls or, in iterated social dilemmas, to long-term strategies.
Humans cooperate on a larger scale than most of the living life on earth. Among society, cooperation is mainly limited to relatives or to the persons or group we are interacting. Communication is limited to a small concept of self-verifying signals. Human language allows opens a variety of communication to any forms of life and virtually opens unlimited honest communication. Given the magnitude and vast changes, the most persuasive hypothesis is that they were the product of human selection. However, the limited cooperation seen in other living things fit more comfortably within the human large-scale cooperation among non-kin.
In the aspect of attachment in the early years of life, to understand how the minds of children develop is a fascinating idea. Child development leads to great insight into the ways in which human minds operate a young age. It explores the attachment theory how and why children develop and form relationships. Mother’s relationship with her children in their early years is the foundation for emotionally healthy and stable children. Mother and child bond are the basis of the child’s emotional understanding because it provided attachment security. Moreover, a negative or traumatic childhood event may open the risk of emotional distress in the child. Thus, parents’ abilities to effectively discuss negative instances may influence their children’s reactions to future events when they mature.
In the study of attachment, it suggests that parents should encourage their children to communicate difficulties regarding negative events or happenings because it may encourage children to develop empathy. Hence there are some children who develop their children’s reaction. Attachment theory is an idea that a child needs to form a close relationship with at least one primary caregiver. It is necessary to ensure successful social and emotional development in an infant. It is critical for this to occur in the child’s early infant years. However, failed to prove that this nurturing can only be given by a mother.
Researchers have found strengths in attachment patterns that are established in early life that can lead to a number of outcomes. Children who are securely attached as infants tend to develop stronger self-esteem and better self-reliance as they grow older. These children also tend to be more independent, perform better in school, have successful social relationships, and experience less depression and anxiety.
Unfortunately, disorganized attachment implies insecurity among children. Usually, infants are able to bond with their biological parents through nurturing and maturing; however, when older children are adopted, they often lack those emotional attachments. For adopted children, their parents could possibly provide the foundation for a level of attachment.
True enough, that children who have limited attachment to their parents end up delinquents. Relationships are the foundation of personality and essence in children’s ability to grow into substantial individuals. Constructing fulfilling relationships is an integral part of development as the interpersonal bonds are not only highly sought after but also set the groundwork for all upcoming expressive interactions. Attachment builds the strong and lasting relationship that established between a child and his or her caregiver. Moreover, attachment significantly influences first relationships that teach morals, builds self-esteem, and develops a support system. Early on human beings are not solely influenced by drives but that the earliest bonds formed by children with their caregivers greatly impact their ability to foster lasting relationships in life. The attachment focuses on the significance of the relationship between infants and their caretakers. Thru this research has suggested is accountable for influencing interactions, firming or injuring our capabilities to concentrate, being aware of our emotional states, self-soothing capabilities, and the capacity to be resilient in the face of hardship.
There are underlying behaviors infants display towards their mothers. Without a mother and child bonding, an insecure attachment can develop causing psychological and emotional stresses. However, a maternal bond is highly needed for a well-developed infant. Without the bond between the parents and children, negative behaviors may lead to difficulties in relationships, negative behaviors, and an anxious attachment beyond infancy caused by a lack of the caregiving system.
In conclusion, our communication with and around children has to be positive and affirming. Not only the vocabulary we choose to use, but the different forms of body language we display also have great impacts on children’s own way of communication. Practitioners should encourage children’s verbal communication by introducing new vocabulary. The use positive language focus on children’s strengths to help build self-esteem and a positive sense of identity.
Evidence has suggested that the first two or three years of life is the most dominant period of the child’s life. This period may be associated with positive or negative experiences. Positive experiences from a healthy relationship with the mother, the child’s developmental are expected to be good. We now know how important the effect of environment on brain structure of every child. Parent-infant attachment influences both in positive and negative ways that have great impact on the development of every child. The infant’s attachment is a fundamental and most substantial principle of human development. Therefore, emotional connection is one of the most important obligations that parents should have to their child.
A securely attached child is capable of using an attachment figure as a secure base from which to explore self and the world. Failure to attain the goals of parent-child relationship will result in an inappropriate attachment.
Experiments over the years have shown that humans may act cooperatively even in different forms of social dilemmas without concepts of external controls and the rate of cooperation. This suggests that humans have the attitude to cooperate by nature and therefore they do not act as alone, but they forecast how the game would be played if they formed coalitions and then they play according to their most optimistic forecast. Opportunities for cooperation are rampant in social life. Exchange and division of labor increase the efficiency of production processes for all the reasons. In all but the simplest transactions, individuals experience vulnerability to defectors who take the benefit but do not produce the return. Imperfect monitoring of effort and quality also give rise to positive opportunities.
Institutional care typically lacks the capacity to provide an emotional bond. Emotions, such as anger, are viewed as barriers to successful learning. In trying to limit the expression of particular emotions, in the interests of the child’s academic development, children’s emotions become sites of power in schools settings. Adult-led responses to ‘unwanted’ emotion, seem to miss the role that many emotions play in the ways that children manage and negotiate their interactions with others.
Thinking about the impact of the world in which that child lived prior to living. Adopting an infant or as young a child as possible will lead the child having a permanency of foster care and develop belongingness. Practical and realistic expectations for parent and child must be developed. Educating parents about appropriate parenting strategies to nurture and nature their children at the same time. The attachment between a parent and a child begins with the parent. It varies to the adult to begin the process by creating an empathic, safe, caring, loving environment for a new life of children. We have to let the children addressing their positive language. It is important that a parent becomes the child’s source for identification of the good in life, the positive meaning in life, the purpose in life.