Characteristics of Questionable Children

 

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Controversial children are often as socially competent as popular children, and have the capacity to be friendly, helpful and cooperative. They tend to be natural leaders and are often respected for their willingness to jump in and take charge. The term “controversial” has been used in the professional literature to describe children and adolescents who have the seemingly paradoxical quality of being both socially skilled and antisocial. The term “controversial” has been used in the professional literature to describe children and adolescents who have the seemingly paradoxical quality of being both socially skilled and antisocial. Although there have been some widely influential studies regarding controversial children and youth, there has been relatively little research in this area, and the general.

The behavioural profile of the controversial status group is similar to that of the rejected status group. Children in the neglected status group differ from other sociometric status groups in some behavioural and emotional strengths. Average children are the comparison group next to which all of the other sociometric statuses — neglected, rejected, popular and controversial — are compared. As a result, one can best understand the unique qualities of average children by learning about the characteristics of children in the other four categories. Controversial children have a unique behavioral reputation: they are usually as sociable as popular children, but are also equally aggressive as or even more aggressive than rejected children.

Controversial children seem to differ from rejected children in that they can buffer the negative effects of their aggressive behavior with their ad Stereotypes that portray adolescents as rebellious, distracted, thoughtless, and daring are not without precedent. Young persons experience numerous physical and social changes, often making it difficult for them to know how to behave. 1. Tend to be skilled at initiating interactions with peers and at maintaining positive relationships. 2. Tend to be cooperative, friendly, sociable and sensitive to others.

3. Are not prone to intense negative emotions and regulate themselves well. 4. 2. They find noisy environments chaotic. Highly sensitive people don’t work well in open offices because their senses are put into overdrive by. Adopted child syndrome is a controversial term that has been used to explain behaviors in adopted children that are claimed to be related to their adoptive status.

Specifically, these include problems in bonding, attachment disorders, lying, stealing, defiance of authority, and acts of violence.The term has never achieved acceptance in the professional community.

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Honesty and openness help children develop trust.

“Child Abuse and Neglect: Attachment, Development and Intervention” by David Howe
from Child Abuse and Neglect: Attachment, Development and Intervention
by David Howe
Palgrave Macmillan, 2005

They can be highly critical of themselves and others (particularly parents) as they struggle to develop moral and ethical ideals.

“Psychiatry for Medical Students” by Robert J. Waldinger
from Psychiatry for Medical Students
by Robert J. Waldinger
American Psychiatric Press, 1997

• Be open-minded about the ways in which children might demonstrate intelligence.

“Child Development and Education” by Teresa M. McDevitt, Jeanne Ellis Ormrod, Glenn Cupit, Margaret Chandler, Valarie Aloa
from Child Development and Education
by Teresa M. McDevitt, Jeanne Ellis Ormrod, et. al.
Pearson Higher Education AU, 2012

Although they will have expectations based on appearances, children usually are fair-minded in their appraisals of peers’ actual behavior.

“Peer Rejection in Childhood” by John D. Coie, Steven R. Asher, Steven R. Asher, John D. Coie, Robert Emde, Carolyn Shantz, Lois Hoffman, Willard W Hartup, Edd, Franz J Monks, University Nancy Eisenberg, Eleanor Maccoby, Ross Parke, Carolyn Zahn-Waxler, Sir Michael Rutter, MD
from Peer Rejection in Childhood
by John D. Coie, Steven R. Asher, Steven R. Asher, et. al.
Cambridge University Press, 1990

Children’s categorization and evaluation of different types of lies and truths.

“Child and Adolescent Development for Educators” by Christi Crosby Bergin, David Allen Bergin, Sue Walker, Graham Daniel, Angela Fenton, Pearl Subban
from Child and Adolescent Development for Educators
by Christi Crosby Bergin, David Allen Bergin, et. al.
Cengage Learning Australia, 2018

Open, honest conversations with their parents that include full and accurate information can only help reinforce a child’s sense of authenticity and wholeness.

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They describe desirable qualities of the child as happiness, consideration, curiosity, and self control.

“Cultural and Language Diversity and the Deaf Experience” by Ila Parasnis
from Cultural and Language Diversity and the Deaf Experience
by Ila Parasnis
Cambridge University Press, 1998

Research documents that children disclose over time and may not reveal all information on a particular day despite the “child friendly environment”, crackers and juice, and interviewers trained in forensically sound, developmentally appropriate interviews.

“Child Abuse and Neglect: Guidelines for Identification, Assessment, and Case Management” by Marilyn Strachan Peterson, Michael Durfee, Kevin Coulter
from Child Abuse and Neglect: Guidelines for Identification, Assessment, and Case Management
by Marilyn Strachan Peterson, Michael Durfee, Kevin Coulter
Volcano Press, 2003

As they develop moral integrity and spiritual values, healthy children achieve a positive sense of self, learn to value themselves and their contribution to the family and larger social system, and feel a sense of understanding and belonging.

“Burns' Pediatric Primary Care E-Book” by Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks, Nancy Barber Starr, Margaret A. Brady, Nan M. Gaylord, Martha Driessnack, Karen Duderstadt
from Burns’ Pediatric Primary Care E-Book
by Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks, Nancy Barber Starr, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

Their opinions then about children should be both realistic and informed.

“Inclusive Education: A Practical Guide to Supporting Diversity in the Classroom” by Tim Loreman, Joanne Deppeler, David Harvey
from Inclusive Education: A Practical Guide to Supporting Diversity in the Classroom
by Tim Loreman, Joanne Deppeler, David Harvey
RoutledgeFalmer, 2005

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  • You forgot to metion that she ran a multi million dollar child trafficking ring for the elite pedophiles in the Vatican and Washington, she groomed little girls and boys for billionares and priests to buy them abuse them kill them and eat them, I have unrefutable evidence to back this

  • My parents did this to me unknowingly. They worked hard all their life and expected me to have a good attitude and do my chores. I realize how it affected my part time jobs and my views of my body and how I interact with friends. I’m always a nurturer.

  • I wouldn’t say I was the good child, I was the only good person. I was born into a group of criminals that hated each other, and they hated me most. Because of their hate and badness, I chose to be good. I still have the potential of badness in me, but I keep it controlled and only use it in defense. With all of my wisdom, courtesy, care, good decisions, integrity, sincerity, and dignity….. I have not failed at life. I am not mediocre. Success has nothing to do with society, materialism, or vitality. I have only measured success by the best of my abilities and my contentment. As long as I’m doing my best for goodness, as long as I’m content with my achievements and purpose, then I am experiencing the best life I could ever know. Following rules, being nice, conforming to others expectations……has nothing to do with success. Just as popularity, wealth, status……also has nothing to do with success. Knowing yourself, knowing your self-worth, staying true to yourself…….that is SUCCESS. Your success for your life, doesn’t involve anyone except you. Do not measure it by others, they are not you. You can only have the best life, if you accept the best version of yourself. That is the definition of contentment. You will not need anything else. Contentment is sustainable.

  • I don’t think kids feel like they’re not worthy…they feel that they are a part of something great and they are great and worth something

  • I can barely pay attention to what she’s saying because of that music. Sounds like someone is sitting there with a hole punch or stapler…

  • There ideas are not wrong natural selection is not in effect anymore humanity will degrade as time passes on the weak are reproducing more than the gifted

  • Look, God has been wasting the efforts of her sons for quite a long time.
    The sons have finally given up on her. In fact, they hate her now.
    Why should I trust such a hideous being?
    No mercy therefore. She dies with her entire seed. This should happen in my lifetime please.
    ……………
    Look, if you fools believe that God has been favouring me then her response to my above request should clear out your deception.

  • The sand scene from attack of the clones is not a bad one, it’s really introspective and psychoanalytical, it tells us about Anakin and how he thinks and feels. It gives us a deep insight about him and his transformation as a character. It’s deeply philosophical.

  • A quote that I absolutely adore and always have on hand because I never know when I’ll need it…
    “YOU CAN’T FIX STUPID!!” RON WHITE

  • Best example of how a 6.36 mins video can create doubts in the minds of lay people. How the year and years of good deed’s can be spoiled. Go out and serve the needy, at least a single person by each of us including me will make this world a better place. Please remember the words of St. Mother Teresa ““Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.” I believe that statement is more than enough to describe about St. Mother Teresa.

  • ❤️I love that people are waking up and thinking for themselves. Thank you for allowing us to see a different view. I appreciate you.������

  • Does anybody remember the episode of Tiny Tunes where Plucky duck hits his Dad go mini golfing and Plucky hits his Dad in the balls and then his dad goes “you’re going to be my only son”. I saw that shit when I was like 7

  • Being a good obedient child who’s a girl is most difficult in MY OPINION.. There’s no place for my happiness, not for even a moment. I’ve to always think about family, society’s rules first.. then comes my turn, till then I’m tired so i give up everytime. My whole life has been controlled by my super protective parents. Whole life i had no control over what I want to study, what to say, how to dress or haircut, what to eat, where to look. I’m not even allowed to have any hobby(sketching/learning foreign languages) or any interest/ambition, they always find it troublesome. They’ve always made sure that I’ve no dreams at all; and I’m soon going to be married with the person of their choice who will also make sure that i don’t dream about anything.. just as my parents have always wanted. It’s like they’re passing the jail key to another person.. I’ll be just transferring from one jail to another one.
    I’ll be a good, obedient LIVING DEAD till the end:’)

  • Being the good child made me hide anything that wasn’t pleasant to my parents or people around me. It took me years to finally learn how to express myself and i still hide that side from my parents, besides having serious anxiety episodes which they don’t know about. It made me sense people’s emotions better, to make them like me but made my self expression worse… thanks for making this video and putting the word out.

  • ok but ive been good all my life, never had any problems with parents or school
    but im a person who pretty much always say what im thinking

    not everything has a dark side, dont trust everything you see or read