Section I: Description of a Competent Child
When it comes to companionship, a socially competent child should be able to get along well with others and thus form friendships. It is only natural for a socially competent child to seek out others and form a group. Confidence and a sense of belonging come from seeking and thus attaining the approval of one's peers. This is sometimes a period where the child feels more compelled
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areas. Belief in a higher power in shown to be prominent in persons who are happier in life and find meaning in what they do, thus they try to do their best at everything. If a child attends a church and is able to establish their own beliefs about the world around them and what is right and wrong, then they will be additionally well-rounded and more likely to act in a socially adept way.