What are the detrimental effects of children growing up in crowded environments without any
type &/or form of privacy, always living out in the open so to speak & never having a moment to themselves?
I think it creates a difficulty understanding boundaries and an unhealthy acceptance of others crossing personal boundaries, physically, emotionally, and sexually. I think it fosters a weakened sense of self, in which a person is encouraged to feel that she should not feel like a complete and individual person with value. I think the blurring of boundaries can also lead to people not respecting the thoughts, feelings, and bodily integrity of others around them.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What are the detrimental effects of growing up in a multichild family(2 or more children perfamily) on the oldest child?
by Kathryn L Hill 5 years ago
- or can we only attempt to educate him? If so, where does (his/her/our) intelligence originate?
by alexandriaruthk 5 years ago
Do you think that spanking should be banned?Spanking as a form of discipline is said to be detrimental to the overall development of a child. A study conducted in Canada supported this and that doctors are recommending that spanking should be banned. Should spanking be banned as a form of...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What are the FIVE WORST environments that an American child can be born into?
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