Hesitant children are more likely to risk

Mon, Oct 27, 2014

Scientists from the United States found that children 10-11 years old and have not learned
quickly make decisions yourself closer to your teenage
age begin to commit risky actions.

The study was based on observing the lives of 100 children. It was
found that indecisive children to 15-16 years experience
problems with adaptation in society of their peers. Among such
youths are often exposed to undue risk
various psychoactive drugs and quite aggressive
sexual behavior.

Experts are convinced that the process of teaching a child to adopt
independent decisions should start as early as possible and not
end with age 12 years. Only then can you count on
that in the age of 16 a teenager will be fully developed.

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