By GRACE MATHEW
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Understandably, the ego is said to operate on the reality principle. Extending the analogy of hunger to the world of animals, one finds 26 Introduction to Social Casework that a hungry animal will find food some way or other, regardless of any system of values as to what is right and wrong, because animals do not have an ego or superego. The ego has various functions: impulse control, tolerance of frustration, postponement of gratification, tension management, reality testing, object relations and integration and synthesis.
Severe child-rearing practices In some families, the problem is not lack of love, but love is overshadowed by the parents' inclination to be unduly strict and punishing towards their children. The probable result is that the children begin to fear their parents more than love them. A fear-based relationship is inimical to growth. 3. The attitude of over-protection In contrast to the rejecting parents, the over-protecting parents' failure is that of commission or overdoing, that is, extending their parenting deeds to levels unfavourable for growth.
Problems of Living — the Focus in Casework 51 Impractical overstretching Removing stumbling blocks A social worker could also come across totally unproductive and impractical ways of handling illness conditions in certain situations. In cases of fatal illness, like the terminal stage of cancer for example, it is sometimes seen that the patients' relatives impose on themselves severe hardships, deprive to themselves comforts, sell even their properties to be able to spend every paisa for the patient, not realising that nothing can save the patient.
AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL CASEWORK by GRACE MATHEW