As a child grows older, he finds warmth in the parent-child relationship in other ways, specifically in receiving the fulfillment of his emotional needs, whether they be play or intimate conversation.
Setting limits, such as restricting the amount of television time per day, helps children stay focused on their own responsibilities, such as finishing homework.
Without parents, the growing up phase of childhood would decrease in speed. To parents of older children, this is obvious, as after dinner the dinner table might become the family study table.
Having obtained a Master of Science in psychology in East Asia, Damon Verial has been applying his knowledge to related topics since 2010.
Having written professionally since 2001, he has been featured in financial publications such as Safe Haven and the Mc Millian Portfolio.