One Size Does Not Fit All: Discover Your Personal Path to a Happier Life
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Cauce AM, Domenech-Rodríguez M, Paradise M, Cochran BN, Shea JM, Srebnik D, et al. Cultural and contextual influences in mental health help seeking: A focus on ethnic minority youth. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2002; 70(1):44–55. [ PubMed] [ Google Scholar] Yet, the context of childrearing has a profound impact on well being and risk for illness. A child’s resilience is dependent upon numerous contextual factors, not the least of which includes a reliable and supportive adult who cares about them ( Cicchetti & Rizley, 2006; Oades-Sese & Esquivel, 2006). There is noteworthy cross-cultural work ( Draper & Harpending, 1982) suggesting that children might be particularly reactive and susceptible to the context of early childrearing that is closely linked to their living arrangements. Childrearing differences also appear to influence the child’s prospective bonding and psychological development. The development of optimal behavioral strategies, thus, appears dependent on the social and physical environmental cues that regulate interpersonal and behavioral development ( Belsky, Steinberg, & Draper, 1991) in these contexts. These cues vary by the childrearing patterns occurring in different family arrangements.
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Razali SM, Khan UA, Hasanah CI. Belief in s Imagine, for example, that a leader needs someone to manage the budget for a large project. An “enthusiastic beginner” may require a direct leadership style from a manager who tells them exactly what they need to do to succeed, whereas a “disillusioned learner” may need a supportive leader who is willing to coach them and give them the confidence to make decisions. And a “self-directed achiever” who already has financial experience will benefit from a leader who delegates and trusts them to deliver results. Oades-Sese GV, Esquivel GB. Resilience among at-risk Hispanic American preschool children. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 2006; 1094(1):335–339. [ PubMed] [ Google Scholar]
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). (2020). Serious mental illness and serious emotional disturbance. Retrieved September 7, 2020 from https://www.samhsa.gov/dbhis-collections/smi. One size fits all" is a description for a product that would fit in all instances. The term has been extended to mean one style or procedure would fit in all related applications. It is an alternative for "Not everyone fits the mold."   It has been in use for over five decades. There are both positive and negative uses of the phrase.Spiliadis, A. (2019). Towards a gender exploratory model: Slowing things down, opening things up and exploring identity development. Metalogos Systemic Therapy Journal, 35, 1–9. In today’s progressively global world, professional health and mental health care providers are increasingly required to interact with families whose race, culture, national origin, living circumstances, and family composition are different from their own. This is particularly true in almost any urban clinic in the U.S., but especially so in public contexts, where providers routinely encounter multiethnic and multiracial populations. By the year 2010, immigrant children will comprise 22% of school age children in the U.S. ( Connect for Kids, 2006). In contrast to immigrants from Europe during the 19th century, most families that immigrated to the United States in the last two decades have come from Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa ( Singer, 2002). These children and families speak different languages and often have skin color that distinguishes them from the European (majority) culture. According to the National Survey of Children’s Health of 2004, the primary language spoken at home was far more likely not be English in Latino (60%) and Asian/ Pacific Islander (41%) households compared with white (1%) children’s households ( Flores & Tomany-Korman, 2008).