30th anniversary of the great October socialist revolution: by Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich (1890-1986) Molotov

By Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich (1890-1986) Molotov

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He may be perplexed as to his duty and torn by internal conflict.. 4 The implications of all this for the children I studied are great. They would seem to be facing life with more insecurity and less confidence in themselves and others than the average youngster. Few of them had any normal opportunity to test themselves in new tasks and experiences. While most children have times at which they feel uncertain of being wanted, understood, or loved, the children in my group seemed to be uncertain most of the.

He begins to formulate' a set of values and a personal philosophy. ' 36 W 110 are the Forgotten Children? Adolescence brings with it various degrees of conflict, anxiety, and insecurity. A youngster may experience wide mood swings. At times he wants to be alone to daydream about his future. At the same time he wants to have a sense of belonging, both to his family and to groups of young people. resent criticism, fearing rejection; he may be openly critical of his home or his parents, comparing them unfavorably with other homes and parents.

Of course, the method by which I involved these particular parents in my study might also have had something to do with . this. ) The parents in my study were between the ages of thirty-five and fifty, married for a good many years, with families of one to ten children. There was one common-law union of fairly long duration. In almost aU instances the fathers were steadily employed and earned more than enough to support their families. Although many had changed jobs frequently, there 46 The Parents was only one instance of long-term unemployment.

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