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Thief-vorobyshka, or how to wean a child to misappropriate

Why attracts others? Psychology of child stealing

The child finds it difficult to understand why the teacher would permit him to take home all of what he did today — drawings or something Kalendae them from clay, and pencils, which he drew, or the clay will not allow it.

Growing up, the child learns to understand the difference between personal and public. Just little need to explain it all the time. And, not just explain, but to deny without asking to borrow someone else’s.

When the child is all right, he’s healthy — it’s “age” theft is only a small episode in your life in the future, disappearing once and for all.

But if the child has some problems that it cannot resolve on their own, the kid chooses the theft as a way to distract him from his personal problems. This is usually the theft is not “for show”, and “secretly”. Such a theft is generally peculiar guys, who are soon to go to school. Growing up, they strive to find new friends. But it happens that they don’t find those peers that need their feelings and friendship, and as a result feel lonely and useless. Therefore, in order to draw attention to themselves, they don’t just steal, and generously bestowed stolen, not even using it.

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