Some kids are able to over come a childhood if their parents try to keep them away from the vilonece and keep them a loving environment. kids who are exposed to it will become more angered and aggressive them self's
This article talks about how do we know how a person will grow up and live their life based on childhood experiences . it says that a man names Charles Manson, a mass killer, grew up in a terrible childhood, leading to his murders because he was unable to get passed his young memories. But there are people who have worse childhoods and yet they still live a "normal" life. it also talks about how a man in south Africa named Nelson Mandela grew up in a rough time period, yet was able to push past than that and become a president. How do we know if someone will become a murderer or a president based off of their past lives.
There is a difference between the way both men grew up, Charles manson was a maniac because he wasn't loved enough. His mom didn't care for him and neither did his father. Nelson Mandela was cared for by his caregiver, even though his father died he was still loved and supported by other people and if Charles would have had that he probably wouldn't have been that crazy. There was a lot of tragedy in both men's lives but one over came and the other didn't. The guy who did grew up to be a great man. The other was still stuck in stage 1 of development.
The title of the article is, "Overcoming Childhood Tragedy'. The thesis/question of the article is, "Why do some kids overcome tragedy, but others don't?" Both Nelson Mandela, and Charles Manson come from what you could call traumatic childhoods. Manson grew up with an absentee father and an alcoholic teenage mother who's also a prostitute. Mandela grew up in a poor village in South Africa. His father dies when he is just nine years old and he is put under the care of another guardian. Both are horrible things to witness/go through as a child. Despite how bad both of their childhoods were, Mandela grew up with a supportive family, but Manson did not. Manson then became a resentful, hostile, substance abuser who was emotionally unstable, unlike Mandela.
One baby boy was born from an absentee father and an alcholic mom who was a protistute. She tried to do everything she could to get rid of the boy, even selling it for beer. from his birth he started getting into alot of trouble due to facing things like chaos, neglect and other terrible things. In another sense the boy in South Africa lost his father at a young age. And he is growing up at a young age when black a treated violently. The difference between them is we see some people can over come tragedy, while others cant. The social and support of a child is a big part of determining if a child overcome childhood trauma.
This article is mainly about how supporting children when they have no one else. Manson and Mandela grew up in different environments. Althought both were tragic, Mandela had more support through it all. While Manson had no support from his family or socially. Children without support don't get over the past, they drag it with them into their futures.
A child's early years can base and form the future path he will endure. Parent's attitudes and way they implement certain things into a child's life can play a role.It can play a role and benefit the child or it can play a role and neglect the child.Children can overcome childhood tragedy's although some can't it takes the right push which is why parental support is vital to the development and shaping of ones future path.
Charles Manson was born into a childhood that was neglect, abandonment, and chaos. Never over coming his childhood, when he grew up he was part of multiple murders. Nelson Mandela dad died when he was 9 and he went under watch of another guardian. His environment was going through tough times, but he had a intelligent figure which lead him to be the president of South African one day. The difference between the two cases is that the social support and other things can help them triumph over a trauma. Nelson had a strong and supportive social atmosphere and Manson grew up without any social or family support. Social support seems to help children cope with a trauma.
This article is about two children and the lifestyle which they grew up in. Charles Manson grew up with bad vibes and influences. His parents were bad and they were not involved in his life. He was passed from caregiver to caregiver but was never able to bond or connect with anyone. The other child that was discussed in the article was Nelson Mandela. His father passed away at a young age and he was placed under the care of another guardian. He grews up during a time when blacks were treated very cruelly and violently. Although, he has someone that he could have a bond with and connect with. These two men turned out very differently in life. Children who overcome tragedy and exposure to violence in childhood have stable, healthy, supportive families or caregivers. Kids who don't overcome early trauma tend to live in violent, chaotic, and less functional families. Social support from any source appears to help children cope with trauma and build skills they need to function well in society.
This article is about how tragedy can be taken in different ways when children are growing up. Charles Manson was born into an abusive family. The mother was an alcoholic while his father beat him. The mother tried to sell him for beer. He then grew up to be a molester and robber. He made a family and they killed a mother and her unborn child. Nelson Mandela was adopted by an African family and was raised when they were slaves. His father always looked at the good in things and told him to keep his head on straight. He then grew up to be president of Africa. The difference between these two cases is the way that they were brought up. They were both tragic but Nelson's father stayed on him and was there for him whole, Charles' family just wanted to get drunk. They didn't want to deal with him. They neglected him from his childhood and he grew up to learn from what he saw and learned. He took his hurt and pain out on other people that didn't deserve it.
It is just talking about how the first stage of development is a little more important. It said that Nelson father died when he was 9 but he created a strong and supportive social atmosphere. While Charles did not have a supportive so he could not over come it.
Being able to overcome childhood trauma depends on the support system you have later on in life.Growing up in violent and unstable environments can affect the way you view the world. People who go through terrible trauma and grow up without a support system often end up alone and feel the need to act violently towards others. On the other hand, if you grow up with tragedy but you have a support system you can still have trauma from early life but you don't act aggressively. You tend the want to better yourself and change your aspect on life just like Nelson Mandela. His dad and his other peers were supportive of him and that helped him learn.
Why is it that some people can overcome tragedy, and some people cannot? Even if it seems just as severe, some people do a better job adapting to what has happened, instead of dwelling. Charles Manson, was an ego-centric molester, thief, and killer, while Nelson Mandela was a humanitarian, and overall good person for the people of South Africa. Why is this? At a young age, Charles Manson was born with an absentee father, and a mom who didn't care, and in fact try to give him away for a pitcher of beer. He had no support, from friends, family, or authority figures. No one helped him live a stable life. Mandela on the other hand had moral support, support from friends, and from his guardians. Even though his father died when he was just 9, he overcame this and gained support from his caregivers even at a time during apartheid and racism. By having this support, Mandela became a humanitarian, while Manson became the opposite.
They both had a vary hard life. But yet they both over came what they went though. Mandela lost his mom when he was young.Manson right away did not have love.
Nelson Mandela didn't have a easy life growing up. His dad died when he was nine. Therefore, forcing him to be given away to another caregiver. Although before his father passed, Nelson had many people to rely on so he didn't feel as alone. This helped him over any tragedy that was thrown his way. Later in his life he become the first South African president to be elected in a fully representative democratic election. Children who overcome tragedy and exposure to violence in childhood have stable, healthy, supportive families or caregivers
Charles Manson was born into an absentee father and an alcoholic mother who tried to sell her own child to a waitress for a pitcher of beer. On the other hand, Nelson Mandela whose father has passed away and he was taken care of another relative. Throughout Charles Manson's childhood he was neglected, abandoned, and full of chaos; while, Nelson Mandela's childhood was full of violent and cruelly treated due to his skin color. Furthermore, Charles Manson never overcame his childhood tragedy, with no support from anyone so he made bad choices and became a criminal. Nelson Mandela although was born into the time where there was racial issues he overcame his childhood tragedy through the support of his family members and became the President of South Africa.
The difference between Charles Manson and Nelson Mandela is that Mandela had a loving figure from his developmental stages. Even though he grew up in a poor racist divided village, he was given love from the moment he was born. He had a social and family support even after his father passed.During tragedy he was always supported by someone. He later became the first black president of South Africa. Manson was not given any sort of love from the moment he was born. He was born into neglect and a hostile environment. He had no social or social support. Manson turned to substance abuse and violent criminal act.
The differences between the cases of Nelson Mandela and Charles Manson offer insight into why some kids can overcome tragedy, while others cannot. Its not the severity of the exposure to violence and chaos nor is it whether the kid was born with highly resilient characteristics. It's the social and familial support that determines whether the child will triumph over trauma.
Charles Manson grew up with chaos, neglect, and abandonment in his life and when he was older, he commits robbery's, sexually molests others, and serves a prison sentence. When Nelson Mandela was a kid he was born in a poor South African village, his father died when he was 9 and he was put under the care of another guardian. He became an intelligent figure and became the first South African president to be elected fully representative democratic election.
Nelson,who is born into a poor village in South Africa. His father dies when he is just nine years old and he is put under the care of another guardian. He grows up during a time when blacks are treated very cruelly and violently. This time period eventually leads to South African rule under a racist Apartheid government. Charles didn't have any support. His entire life is characterized by chaos, neglect, and abandonment. He goes on to commit armed robberies, sexually molest others, serve a prison sentence, and eventually creates a "family" that murders an actress, her unborn child, and multiple other victims. While this boy, Charles Manson, grows up both physically and intellectually, he never morally matures. He never overcomes his childhood tragedies.
Most children who overcome tragedy usually have healthy supportive families and have highly resilient characteristics. Children who don't overcome usually have violent, unstable families and don't have resilient characteristics.
Charles Manson was born into a family where his father was gone and his mother was an alcoholic prostitute. He then grew into a person that murdered, molested people, and abused substances. He never matured emotionally as a human being even though he matured physically and intellectually. Nelson Mandela was born into a family where he had a caring and supportive father. He had lost his father at age nine, but he still had people that cared for him. The way he was raised had a huge impact on him because he ended up completely different than Manson despite going through trauma and tragedy early in life as well. Having people who care for and support you can have a huge impact on how you turn out in life.
Most children who overcome tragedy usually have family support and have highly resilient characteristics. Children who don't overcome usually have violent, unstable families and don't have resilient characteristics. Or might not have the right mind set to think right to make things overcome better.