There are many examples that show how different aspects of development can impact one another
Example 1: child being an overweight can disrupt their physical development and have further impacts. They will have to struggle doing sport exercises in school, other children may bully him/her for that, leaving him/her feel embarrassed and shy. Changing clothes in front of others may also be embarassing, resulting in low self esteem and sometimes depression.
Example 2: Disability: A physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses, or activities. Disability can make a child less physical active. Because of that he or she may not have friends. Child may feel emotionally withdrawn because of children making fun of their disability. lack of confidence in the child because of his disability can make him or her child shy.
Example 3: Illness: a child that is sick or sickly would not develop well physically, therefore would not be unable to participate in physical activities and make many friends. That may cause child feeling of withdrawn and lack of self confidence. Since he/she is always in and out of hospitals, his/her learning in school will suffer.
Example 4: If a child speaks foreign language and just came to UK to live, this may lead to having language barrier, child may become shy, not very communicative, isolated, which affects emotional and intellectual development, further children may find difficulty making friends, which can weaken their self esteem, affecting social and behavioural development.