Emotion however comes about naturally and cannot be linked to any conscious effort. The relations between the two are that emotions are caused by psychological changes or defects. They can be used together interchangeably in the broader context but would be much more difficult in more certain context. Emotional abuse cannot also be psychological abuse. They are often used interchangeably especially when we talk about emotional life or rather psychological life.
1) An 8 year old is the child of a single mother. Mom provides for all of his physical needs, hires a responsible but strict babysitter, and says, “I love you” on occasion. Due to her highly demanding work schedule, mom is not around to give him feedback on his schoolwork, to go to parent teacher conferences, to attend any of his sports games, or to take him out very often for bonding time. Do you think mom is “emotionally unavailable” or “emotionally neglectful”? Why or why not?
The mother is not being emotionally available because the sole role for a mother is to provide the foundation for unconditional love for a child by being around most of the time and attending some of their sporting activities so that they feel appreciated. The same parent cannot also understand her child well and will not be in a capacity to initiate any corrective measures. When a child is born and mother become unavailable and the same time no other loving adult’s steps in, it becomes painful to a child process and there is no coping mechanism to remedy this. Being just there is also not enough but the mother have to be emotionally available, mother care will also determine whether a child will have sleep when she goes to bed.
Erikson’s theory, 1963.His ideas were greatly influenced by Freud. According to him, the ego develops as it continuously tackles crises that are evidently of social nature. This