Psicologia 1

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At this age children are usually safe, realistic and objective.
Tend to make outgoing and self-centered, easily work in groups to accept the rules.
At this stage they begin to knowhim self and has been evaluating its own work has value so help your self esteem.
The child is positive self-esteem and act with confidence doing anything not satisfied so that makes ita natural to help others.
The child with low self-esteem tends to operate in a way that others approve everything they do to feel good with others and raise their self esteem, noteasily accept new projects or tasks as opposed to the child with a high valuation of himself with easily accept new projects.
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Behind the facade challenging and "tough guys" children (as) hyperaggressive
basically tend to feel neglected andunloved. They believe they have what it takes
to establish and maintain the interest of others.

This lack of basic sense of connection with other important people in your life
is a keyarea of narcissistic vulnerability in the child's personality.
Beyond feel unimportant and unloved, these institutionalized children
also believe that there is somethingfundamentally undesirable to them by the fact that
orphans. Keep the fear in the eyes of the world are not only insignificant and
value but also repulsive. This negative self-image is a secondfacet of
core of narcissistic vulnerability. Often observed behaviors as including:
destroying objects, shouting, arguments, threats, kicks, etc., which makes them look like
bad guysbut in reality what we demonstrate is the feeling of loneliness, low
self-assessment and defensiveness from others.
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