Behavior of children who lack parental presence

Behavior of children who lack parental presence

Children who lack parental presence may exhibit the following characteristics:

Lack of security and confidence. Children may feel empty, helpless, doubtful and unconfident about themselves, and in severe cases may develop a sense of inferiority.

Poor psychological quality and ability to withstand stress. When facing difficulties and challenges, children may show poor psychological endurance and easily feel anxious and stressed.

Paranoid and rebellious, estranged from parents. Children may show paranoia and rebelliousness towards their parents, and may feel alienated from their parents.

Mood swings are great and prone to anxiety. Children may be overly sensitive to small things, have large mood swings, and are easily criticized or frustrated and fall into depression.

Poor interpersonal relationships and deepened loneliness. Children may have problems with interpersonal relationships, such as difficulty making friends and establishing close relationships with others.

behavioral problems. May manifest as aggressive or destructive behavior, affecting learning and daily life.
declining grade. Lack of family presence can lead to a decrease in a child's academic performance.

Mental health issues. Long-term lack of parental companionship may cause children to develop mental health problems such as low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression.

All of the above symptoms may affect children's mental health, emotional development, social skills and academic performance. Therefore, parental companionship and care are crucial to the healthy growth of children.

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