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Children fears


Darbas anglų kalba. Vaikų baimės. Introduction. Fear of separation. Fear of school (especially kindergarten). Fear of baths. Fear of dogs. Fear of loud noices. Fear of the dark. Fear of the dantist. Fear of death. School-age children have fears too. Nightmares and night terrors fear. Fear of strangers. How parents can help. Conclusion. Most common early childhood fears. Generally children fears.


All children have fears at some point in their life and it is usually considered to be a normal part of developement. These fears are only abnormal if they are persistent or keep the child overly preoccupied with the subject that is feared, so that it interferes with normal activities if the child can not be reassured or distrocted away from the fear (becoming a phobia), or if it is an irrational fear. Whether or not a fear is irrational depends on a child’s age and developmental level. For example, it is normal for a two year old to be afraid of sitting on the potty, but it would be irrational for an eight year old to have the same fear.
There are a lot of kind of children fears. Toddlers narmally have simple fears of separation, noises, falling, animals and insects, using the potty, bathing and bedtime. Fears among preschool age children include simple fears of loss of parents, monsters and ghosts getting lost,divorce. School age children normally simple fears of new situations (especialy starting school), social rejection, war, burglars. Adolescents normally have fears of new situations (going to college), divorce and sexual relations.
In children of all ages, fears may also increase during times of stress: new baby, moving. They may also develop a fear after triggering event, such as falling in the water, touching something hot or being chased by a dog.
Some children are more fearful of things, even common things, than others and this is usually a function of his type of temperament. Also, children who have parents that are very anxious or fearful, or who tend to overreact to things, often have the same reactions in similar situations.
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To many parents, children’s fears make no sense at all. Nevertheless, to children, monsters lurking in the dark or scary noises coming from the attic are quite real.
Around child’s second birthday, he or she may become frightened by things that did not cause fear before – neighbor’s dog, the dark, the bathtub drain, and loud noises. Several factors contribute to a child developing fears by age 2. children between the ages of two and six have expierenced real fear or pain from being lost, injured, or bitten. They also have vivad imaginations and struggle with the idea of couse and effect. A toddler knows something about size and shape, but not enough to be sure that he or she won’t be sucked down into the bathtub drain or into a flushing toilet. Older children also are aware of dangers that they hear about or see on TV. It is hard to know what is real and what is not. ...

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Tinklalapyje paskelbta2007-01-31
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