Essay about Self Evaluation Levels Of Children

1583 Words May 18th, 2016 7 Pages
Self-evaluation levels of children who wet the bed aged six to fifteen, were compared to those of their peers and to those of their parents. Results showed that enuresis children compared themselves no differently to their peers, but parents of children who wet the bed reported psychosocial difficulties in their children, suggesting that more communication between children and parents is needed with an importance in discussions that promote encouragement and positive reinforcement of self-esteem, highlighting that this can help promote an earlier decline in bed-wetting, Brent, Thompson, Yu-Jun,Kuo-Hsuan (2015).
From this evidence, the claim from the article about the significance of bed-wetting and future well-being is only somewhat supported with only one in every Sixty-five adults in the UK affected by continued bed-wetting. Of these individuals, they may experience embarrassment, low self-esteem which will affect their well-being, although this can-not account for all satisfaction and well-being levels amongst the population.
The article along with bed-wetting considered other factors such as tiredness, as an indicator of unhappiness of future well-being. In addition to this a study found a relationship between adequate sleep in adolescence and health status and health-related behaviours. Sleep is an important indicator of well-being in children and adolescence. Adequate sleep is recommended to be between six to ten hours per night for mid adolescent children. In…

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