Latest Post

Is Donald Trump the Chris Hani of America? Mysterious Rockfall Incident in Glenanda, Johannesburg South
juneprizedrop - international

Valerie Mmanthe Mampshika, [Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English].

punters challenge

In this article we will be discussing the mental impact of other individuals promising other individuals with certain things.

The impact of promises is quite high in children,because they are the least forgetful group of individuals.For instance,if they are promised that they would get a certain toy or amount within a given time frame then they expect parents to do so.

Children do not leave room for disappointment like adults simply because they think it is easy for their parents to get them things which they like,ironically in the end they view unkept promises as a form of betrayal which could impair their mindset in the future(a suggestion made by Sigmund Freud in the psychoanalytic theory which states that childhood experiences have an impact in our lives moving forward).

As years go by and children grow into teenagers we have seen that unkept promises creates a lot of rage which I personally think that it could be avoided by parents if they are truthful about what they can afford,in spite of the peer pressure teenagers experience on a daily.

Promises are understood once children reach the “young adult” stage approximately at the age between 18-21 years (after high school)and they realise how pricey a lot of things are,in addition the emergence of leaving some room for disappointment comes to play. 

Generally we could assume that many individuals reach the adult stage at the age of 25 and most of them start being independent.

All in all,I believe that doing things during your own time is recommended and individuals should not promise others what they cannot afford in the now and the future. 

#Weekdays_with_ValerieMampshika šŸ˜Š #Weekdays_with_ValMĀ 

#PromisesĀ 

#Betrayal

Leave a Reply