Influence of Childhood Emotions on Self-awareness and Growth Based on Satir’s Iceberg Theory
The purpose of this paper is to analyze and study the causes of childhood emotions and the effects of such emotions on the growth process by combing through relevant literature with Satir’s iceberg theory as a guide. Through comparative analysis, the effects of negative and positive behavior on children are discussed and argued separately. The results suggest that education received in childhood that adopts a critical and skeptical approach is positively associated with self-deprecation in the child’s self-awareness and has a negative effect on future development that is difficult to eliminate. The results of the study have practical implications for how emotion management and education in childhood should be approached in schools and at home nowadays.