greed

Bullseye – Children’s greed

Child-meanie.

Is it really greedy child or he just doesn’t want to share (which is normally perceived, when it comes to adults)? In General, at what age the child is able to divide things on their own and others? Nevertheless, if the baby still does not share with peers how to respond to parents? Needless to accustom to share? How to do it?

“The world is big enough to satisfy the needs of any person, but too small to satisfy human greed.” – M. Gandhi

Define the concept.

The problem of greed the child’s parents first encounter, as a rule, in the sandbox, both literally and figuratively. Starting to think and reason on this subject is very important to understand the meaning of the word. For this, I turned to dictionaries. Summarizing the definition, you can say that. greed is the inordinate desire (feeling) the possession or consumption. This term is better applied to adults than to children. Children inherent egocentrism. Some children get very attached (“attached”) to a toy or some object (this may be an old phone, photo frame, keys…) that just becomes part of the child. The child believes that everything happens for him and he is the reason why this happens. It is difficult to understand that the object that he wants to own may not always be available to him.

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