THBT the personality of children can only be developed with the guidance of parents.
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'Personality' means the combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual's distinctive character.
'Children' in this context means a son or daughter under 21 years old.
Not only the guidance of parents, but also the experiences they go through may have affected them and the way they act. Children are independent and they don't always agree with what their parents say.
Personality characteristics established in childhood tend to linger and may persist with a few modifications that occur during the maturation process. The intricacies of human development are far too complex to flatly state that parental influence is solely responsible for the outcome of a child's personality. Personalty is also shaped by a child's choices and actions and the experiences he encounters as he matures into an adult.
Parental values and the behaviors parents model have a major impact on their children's emotional state, development of self and how they act socially and in significant relationships. Developmental psychologist Erik Erikson, in his psychosocial developmental theory, maintains that it's essential for an adolescent to have the freedom to explore his options and make autonomous commitments to achieve his unique identity.
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