Monday, October 30, 2006


When we talk about developing personality we should also consider some facts about the emotional development. Emotions play a major and a very important role in this context


While talking about the development of a personality, one must mention the emotional development in that person.

Expression of emotions plays a vital role in an individual's personality.

Emotions can be divided into two broad categories:-

This emotion is displayed in different ways by the younger and the older people. Younger children express this through their motor activities like jumping and clapping or they do activities like bubbling, kicking, etc. Where as the elder people may express this emotion by smiling or laughing. However this way of expression is different in the boys and the girls.


It is one of the most important emotions which are desirable in every one.
Curiosity boots up to achieve something, or in other words it motivates person to become something. However, a lot depends on the atmosphere in which the person lives and the people with whom they mixes up. If people around are encouraging enough, an individual will naturally develop this emotion.


Affection broadly includes loving, caring and tender feelings. A person needs these very much entirely first from their parents then as they join school, from their teachers. This emotion creates a special bond which further contributes in the overall development of a person to a great extent. It is supposed to be expressed by certain gestures like patting, kissing, laughing, etc.


Fear is an example of the unpleasant emotions. Small kids generally cry, scream of shout out of fear whereas a bit older or younger might express their feelings of fear by locking the doors, illuminating the room, drawing the curtains and so on. This is a feeling which generates from various reasons e.g. some bad experience, at times, from imaginary and supernatural experiences, etc.


Jealousy, another unpleasant emotion, is actually an attitude of resentment or it is an act of showing resentment against someone. It generally emanates when one finds oneself inferior to the other or when one seems to lose something. This emotion is expressed in various ways which depends on the person's age, its nature and so on. A child, if jealous of someone, will perhaps beat that person or snatch away from it something which is very much liked by it. So while dealing with the children it is necessary to be very careful about the fact that all children in the family are treated at par. They need not be discriminated on the basis of their sex, looks, intelligence, and activeness and so on. Elder people may treat the person badly with whom they are jealous off.


Anger denotes a person's dissatisfactions with others or for someone's act. However the frequency and intensity varies from person to person. Anger, however, occurs more frequently in children whose parents either cajole or nag them quite often. The way the parents think, talk and behave has a great impact on the children. If they really want their offspring to come up to their expectations, they must first set examples by standing true to their principles. So parent’s proper upbringing of a child plays a major role in proper upbringing of a child.


Shyness is generally developed in a person due to lack of socialization. It makes an individual remain aloof, alone and confined to himself only. He/she does not feel comfortable in a group or in mixing up with different kinds of people. An extremity of this emotion may make the person timid, unable to express its views, its desires, and its problems and deprive it of its right. It can further prevent him/her from making the best out of their talents and qualities. They remain unpopular and unnoticed which is likely to give rise to a feeling of inferiority complex in them. The best way to avoid shyness is to encourage person to move around, talking and mixing up with more and more people, knowing their views, noticing their way of thinking, listening to their suggestions and then communicating with without any hesitation.


Anxiety generally results from worrying. To some extent, it is similar to fear but not identical. Anxiety is the result of an imaginary cause and it generally increases when one fails to find out any solution to the imaginary problem. It causes sleeplessness, tensions, depression, and nervousness and so on.An elder suffers from anxiety more than a tiny one because it is only when one thinks one thinks over a certain matter for a long time, analyses it, draws conclusions, and finds a negative result, that anxiety takes place. Quite naturally a smaller child does not have that much capability of thinking as an elder has.


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