For kid stealing someone’s thing – it’s natural. While the parents are in a panic.
How to root the children “criminal tendencies”.
My distant cousin Rita is in trouble. Her eight-year-old son max in school caught stealing. At the break stole from the neighbor’s party, a new pencil case. Baby Mama baby prank turned into deep stress. It was a shame in the eyes of the teacher to watch. And matrix complicated dad, Oleg, even took up the belt.
– He has these canisters – even stationery store open! – in tears complaining cool. – That he, his little?!
Really, I’ve never seen Max in anything needed. Costumes – from good shops, a backpack is the most fashionable. Cool and Oleg his son love and a time to chat with them find. And the thief grows?
Children caught stealing many parents. And often the “grasping hands” of the child lead to a very grown-conflicts – with relatives, classmates, teachers. Simply because for us, adults, to steal means to behave badly, to violate the laws. And for them, children? We talked about this with a family and child psychologist at psychological center “On Volkhonka” Maria Serebryakova.
BLAME NOT THE EDUCATION, AND THE BRAIN
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“Our son is 4 years old. It pleases us because growing smart and healthy child. And all would have been perfect, if not one “but”. This problem is becoming a tradition, and we are afraid that it will not be able to fix it. It begins with the fact that I or the husband ask Mitya put away your toys. Obedient and cute baby immediately turns into a blubbering capricious. He hides away from us and categorically does not agree to restore order in the room. No amount of persuasion’t help – the child continues to cry or take away toys.
Of course, after this “view” that the mood is spoiled the whole family. The feeling that my husband – two tyrants, forcing the child to work the mines and of course, feel very badly, forcing his son to do what he wants. But other than that, we worry that Mitya not learn to watch your belongings and keep them in order. And though we always talk with his son about responsibility for their belongings, but despite this, almost every evening we are confronted with the same pattern: the child in tears, and the toys scattered throughout the room. Even when dad threatened to throw all the toys, if the son don’t take them – it still does not help Continue reading