I have a great article on the topic of child stealing, and I want to share with you. By the way, I used this information for the speakers at parent meetings in school – all simply and clearly presented by the author Anna Fenko.
When parents notice that their beloved child, who seems to be in need of nothing, slowly drags mom’s money from her purse, they usually panic. Meanwhile, according to experts, child stealing is a very common family problem.
Child theft is a frequent phenomenon, but carefully concealed as alcoholism and other “shameful” family secrets. In the minds of most adults firmly soldered two mythologies: the child is an innocent angel, and stealing – a sign of the criminal world, for normal people alien. When a child is caught stealing, the parents usually feel completely confused. One at that, go into hysterics, going either shoot themselves, or to pin their crimes on their hapless child, others prefer to pretend that nothing happened, because how to react is unclear.
Experts believe that the only correct response to the theft does not exist: it depends on the reasons why a child steals. There are three main causes of child stealing. The first is a children’s impulsivity. The child may steal simply because it’s very easy, Continue reading