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  1. I don't think children are particularly aggressive. They just grow up and unknowingly make mistakes.

    It seems to me that children's aggression is a cliche associated with the fact that a small child does not know what death, loss, separation is – he simply has not yet experienced these feelings to the full, his brain has not learned them, does not understand what to do with them. This is a small, not experienced, strong organism that needs to gain a lot of different impressions as quickly as possible, assert itself, survive, and figure out what's what. While the psyche is not formed – up to 20 years-a child and a teenager can cope with a terrible and difficult experience much easier-sometimes it is really forgotten, goes into the subconscious. It may appear years later, but here and now, in childhood, the brain is not yet subject to reflection, it just lives and survives. The child feels formal pity for the “consequences of bad actions”, but only an adult who has seen death with his own eyes, bored, lonely, can sincerely lament, worry, love-his psyche has grown enough to experience these complex feelings.

    A child who is instilled with a sense of “irrevocability, irreversibility” of certain actions from an early age and is not protected from pain and loss, according to my observations, psychologically matures earlier than their peers: reading stories about animals by Seton-Thompson, explaining what death, illness, and destruction are very important. The need to take care of pets and humanize them helps.�

    Did you break your favorite toy? “I'm sorry, it can't be fixed, it's 'dead', it won't be there anymore.�

    It is important, of course, not to overdo it, because with children you can not always understand whether they really felt sorry and sad or they just imitate the feelings that you want them to achieve.

    However, the legs of the flies still cut off everything. Well, if the parents notice this and then the child is only limited to flies.

  2. Apparently, this is due to the lack of development of the “Super-Ego”, which is responsible for moral, ethical and moral barriers. Children, being not limited by the developed “Super-Ego”, are guided only by the desires and aspirations of their” Ego “(“I”), which is not too burdened with feelings of guilt and compassion.

    However, jurisprudence believes that due to the lack of children's full assimilation and acceptance of such social values as morality, morality and ethics, the latter are not able to fully realize the criminal nature of their actions, and therefore be responsible for them.

    Our children are mostly protected from all kinds of violence by our care, and therefore they cannot understand the extent of suffering that they can cause to others. A person who has experienced suffering-will think twice before causing this suffering to another person.

  3. As far as I know the violence of teenagers and children is associated with several factors:

    1) Strong dependence on social status and place in the school hierarchy. Humiliate or they will humiliate you.

    2) “A riot of hormones” and a crowded (and often inappropriate) team in which teenagers are forced to be, lead to an increase in aggression.

    3) Immaturity of the psyche.

    UPD: Yesterday I watched this video, it reveals the question. Main reason (point 1)

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