Self-esteem of a teenager and its connection with socialization.
Adolescence in a person's life, not in vaincalled the most difficult age stage. After all, it is at this time, the physiological restructuring of the organism takes place, which entails physical and psychological changes. The child starts to move up quickly and disproportionately, too high a growth causes many to stoop, the movements become angular and clumsy. A sharp hormonal splash provokes the appearance of acne, acne, dandruff. Naturally, the self-esteem of a teenager essentially suffers from such transformations and it takes a lot of effort on the part of the adult people surrounding him to make him feel calm and confident again.
In adolescence, the authority is sharply reducedparents, the opinion of peers becomes important for the child. However, parents also play an important role in the formation of the personality of the adolescent. During this period, the child especially needs praise, approval and support of the family. Self-esteem of a teenager increases dramatically if he sees his importance and feels love from his parents. Of course, during this period, the children can observe increased excitability, sharp mood swings, emotional instability. Therefore, parents need to show an angelic patience for their children, and resolve all conflicts constructively. Otherwise, the self-esteem of a teenager will be understated, and in the mood will be dominated by sadness, sadness, hatred, anxiety.
If the child does not receive sufficient support infamily, he joins various teenage organizations, which, in his opinion, will help him to realize himself. A teenager will seek approval from his friends, and will try to take a leading position, in this collective. If a teenager's self-esteem does not find support in the society, if a child becomes an outcast or is constantly subjected to ridicule, then gradually, he gets a feeling of personal discomfort and blocks the need for respect, which can lead to problems in adulthood.
Naturally, there are features of self-esteem inadolescents, which should be taken into account by teachers and parents. Self-esteem in adolescents is not fully formed, therefore, it is not stable and not differentiated. The child tries to analyze his actions, builds his plans, quickly passes from emotional take-off and self-confidence to disappointment and doubt in his abilities. Self-evaluation regulates the behavior of an individual. Adolescents with overestimated self-esteem tend to over-praise themselves, try to take a leading position, which provokes conflicts with peers. Frequent quarrels can lead to the formation of such qualities as resentment, aggressiveness, arrogance. Children with low self-esteem, on the contrary, feel a constant lack of confidence, become withdrawn, they have various complexes.
If parents notice that their childunderestimated or overestimated self-esteem, then they should immediately turn to specialists. Self-esteem of a teenager's personality is easily amenable to correction. A child who has received timely help will be able to find a common language with peers, parents, teachers. Adequate assessment of their capabilities, will allow the teenager to work out a correct line commands for him to learn how to analyze their actions and deeds of others. Internal stability, to protect the child bad companies because it has a stable point of view of good and evil will be formed, he could well learn to set goals and achieve them through hard work.
Parents and educators need to help a growing person to survive, a difficult period for the person, which is, nevertheless, a very important stage on the way to adulthood.