Daycare - Connor Billing PSY 231 Dr. Spangler Validating a...

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Connor Billing PSY 231 Dr. Spangler Validating a Healthy Dose of Daycare From the day a child is born, he or she has an intimate connection with the woman that birthed him or her. This connection is vital to the success of the child, but having said that, it is not detrimental for the child to also be exposed to day care. While some may argue that the parents should be the sole people responsible for the upbringing of a child, I believe this may cause a child to be sheltered when he or she should not be. I am not arguing in favor of parents having a child, and then sending him or her off to daycare for all hours of the day, but instead a healthy balance between daycare and parental care would seem to be the ideal upbringing environment. This healthy balance would enable the child to have a healthy connection with his or her parents, develop and enhance their social skills, and learn through life experiences at a young age. In most cases young parents tend to be very protective and sheltering of their newborn children,
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course PSY 231 taught by Professor Limegrover during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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