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Transitions which may affect Child development

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Transitions which may affect Child development
Lauren Howie
331 5.1

Family break up
Family break-ups, however common, can have a huge effect on children and young people. It typically effects the child's behavior - and they may show signs of aggression, be very defensive of his/her parents or become withdrawn.
Moving house
Moving house can be very distressing for children and young people. It can mean leaving a home with good memories, friends, family members and possibly changing schools. Children tend to adapt quickly, so this transition period may not last as long as others listed.
Puberty
puberty can have psychological and emotional effects, such as:
unexplained mood swings
low self-esteem
aggression
depression
Nhs.uk. 2014. Puberty - Symptoms - NHS Choices. [online] Available at: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Puberty/Pages/Symptoms.aspx [Accessed: 14 Feb 2014].

Cruse.org.uk. 2014. Children and young people's emotional responses | Cruse Bereavement Care. [online] Available at: http://www.cruse.org.uk/Children/emotional-response [Accessed: 14 Feb 2014].

Netmums.com. 2014. Easing New Sibling Jealousy - Netmums. [online] Available at: http://www.netmums.com/toddlers/toddling-to-ten-easing-new-sibling-jealousy [Accessed: 14 Feb 2014].

Nhs.uk. 2014. Puberty - Symptoms - NHS Choices. [online] Available at: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Puberty/Pages/Symptoms.aspx [Accessed: 14 Feb 2014]


New sibling
All children have feelings of displacement and jealousy, however old they are, but slightly older children are able to think it through and rationalise their worries. They often experience love/hate feelings for a new baby
Moving schools can be very daunting and may cause children great anxiety in the initial stages. They will need to make new friendship groups, make new relationships with staff and become use to their new surroundings. This may impact on their emotional development if they withdraw.
Bereavement
A new step family
Moving schools
References
Children and young people may react in
a number of ways to the death of someone close.
They may experience:

Shock
Denial
Anger
Bargaining
Guilt
Depression
Acceptance
A new step parent can be an emotional and confusing transition to a child. They may feel distressed, withdrawn and unattached from the parent.
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