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ERIC Number: ED001810
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1960-May-19
Pages: 10
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WHERE HOSTILITY BEGINS.
SAUL, LEON J.
CHILDREN NEED WARMTH, WHOLESOME CONDITIONS, AND AFFECTION IN ORDER TO MATURE WITH GOOD WILL, LOVE, AND RESPECT. THE MISTAKES OF PARENTS PRODUCE MANY PROBLEMS OF ADULTS AND OF THE WORLD. THERE ARE FEW PROBLEMS WHICH CANNOT BE SOLVED IF THERE IS GOOD WILL ON ALL SIDES. EVIDENCE SHOWS THAT A CHILD STARVED OF AFFECTION IS DOOMED TO AN EMOTIONALLY STARVED LIFE. YOUNG OF ALL ANIMALS MUST HAVE A LOVING RELATIONSHIP WITH THEIR MOTHERS TO MATURE EMOTIONALLY, TO SET A PATTERN OF ATTITUDES, AND TO LEARN SOCIALIZATION. HOSTILITY CAN BE PREVENTED BY PROPER REARING OF CHILDREN DURING FORMATIVE YEARS OF CHILDHOOD. STRUCTURE OF SOCIETY REFLECTS THE STRUCTURE OF FAMILIES. FOUR POSITIVES SHOULD BE KEPT IN MIND FOR THE WELFARE AND FUTURE OF SOCIETY, FOUNDATIONS FOR HEALTHY GROWTH UP TO AGE 6, GOOD PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIPS, THE PROVISION OF GOOD PARENTAL MODELS WITH WHICH CHILDREN CAN IDENTIFY, THE NEED OF SECURITY, AFFECTION, UNDERSTANDING, AND RESPECT FOR THE CHILD'S PERSONALITY. THE EMOTIONALLY MATURE ADULT IS A PERSON OF GOOD WILL, A GOOD SPOUSE, A GOOD PARENT, AND A GOOD CITIZEN.
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Authoring Institution: National Conference of Christians and Jews, New York, NY.
Identifiers: Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)