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He does not have any close friends, although I had tried to have him included as often as possible. Obviously, a child is most impressed by those whom he is around the most and by those whose opinion he values.
Interact with a child through conversation and discussion to make him intellectually competent and socially adept. Views expressed in the Comments section are not necessarily the views of No Greater Joy Ministries, and are in no way endorsed by us. Please be aware that we moderate all incoming comments to ensure no spam, hateful, explicit, or unhelpful content gets posted.
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Clean - We will NOT approve "flames", sarcastic or hateful comments, or messages with profanity. Respectful & Sensible - If you disagree with our views, we encourage you to go ahead and say so, but do it in a logical, sensible, helpful way. One of the better known criminological theories of recent decades is Gottfredson and Hirschi’s (1990) low self-control theory.
Recently, a story came out of Australia about a seven-year-old boy that we could probably crown the king (or maybe prince) of low self-control. Here’s a video of the event from the zoo’s security cameras: This behavior fits perfectly with low self-control theory. According to low self-control theory, this boy would be expected to continue such low self-control behavior into adolescence then into adulthood, and he would move on from harming animals to harming people.
As a side note, while Gottfredson and Hirschi, both sociologists, popularized this approach to criminal behavior, psychologists have been studying developing similar theories for many years before self-control theory.
Thank you for the information, it was great to read, because I know someone who has this problem.
Could it be that despite good parenting perhaps the 7 yr old has some physiological factors that have not been looked at and not an issue of self control. As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. Part of it is innate—a reflection of the image of God—and part of it is a by-product of his society and culture. Society, including religion, can communicate and inculcate false and unrealistic goals that are impossible to meet. Get fresh content with the Cane Creek Corner, delivered to your inbox every Tuesday and Friday! If you have a comment unrelated to this page or wish to send us a private note, you may do so via our General Correspondence form.
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No Greater Joy Ministries (NGJ) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit ministry of Michael and Debi Pearl. This theory holds that children develop levels of self-control by about ages seven or eight, and these levels remain relatively stable the rest of their lives. People with low self-control are unable to delay gratification, for they are focused on the present. This boy, and his family, lives near the Alice Springs Reptile Center, located in the outback of Australia. Most parents would not enable their child disappear for such an extended period without realizing it. Hopefully he won’t be feeding people to crocodiles, but self-control theory would predict a lengthy criminal record for him eventually.
As such, their “discovery” of low self-control is a lot like Columbus’ discovery of the Americas. This too perhaps leads to the argument that parenting in this case cited is improper because a good parent would seek all avenues to explain behavior (I am sure this kid has acted out before leading to this tragic event).
It's actually sad to read this, that lacking attachment with your parents can actually lead to doing things impulsively and ending with such bad consequences!
Our conscience is never far from the conviction that God holds us accountable for the way we invest our life. A child who is a little slower in developing than other children and always feels inferior, or a child whose parents are driving him to perform above his peers, or a child who is talked down to by his parents or those whom he respects, or any number of ways whereby society overly burdens a child with perfectionist goals will cause low self-esteem.
Don’t throw him into the ring with competitors that will crush him—until he is strong enough to fight back.
If your statements are unfounded or "just because I say so" we are not likely to include them. Children with low levels of self-control end up being more prone to crime, and their criminal propensity continues into later life. This happens in families where there is weak attachment between parent and child and in families where parents fail to recognize and correct their children’s wrong behavior.
He acted without any sense of consequence for his behavior; in fact, security cameras showed him smiling as he killed the animals. Also, it turns out that several years earlier, this boy’s brother had vandalized the zoo as well (though somewhat less dramatically). Certainly he was the first European to find the Americas (except for maybe the Vikings), but there was already plenty of people here when he arrived. Recently in my city, two kids that were nine years old skipped school and went shoplifting, and stole hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise!
We have never talked down to him, although there have been others who have expressed that they did not want him around.
We feel the responsibility to multiply the “talents” God has given us—our time, gifts, energy, money, etc.
The people who expressed that they “did not want your child around” are not responsible for his poor self-image; they just manifest it in a social setting. Rather than whine or try to make people respect him, lead him to become competent and accomplished in some area that he and others value. I suggest you do to things: First, ask your husband what is wrong with your son that he is not liked by other kids.

As a result, low self-control people act impulsively—without much thought and based on what they are feeling at the moment. He bludgeoned some of the smaller lizards to death, and climbed over fence to feed others to an eleven-foot-long salt water crocodile.
He clearly showed no sense of empathy for the animals or the zoo keepers, and he took a lot of risks.
Likewise, Gottfredson and Hirschi didn’t invent a self-control explanation for crime, but they certainly introduced it to a broader audience. A child or adult can have low self-esteem because of the gap between what he knows he should and could be, and his lazy unwillingness to pay the price to achieve the realistic goals he has set for himself. You can count on it; the lower performers in any classroom setting will have a poor self-image.
If a child is being rejected by his peers, ridiculed by his siblings, or even by the other parent, the thing that will make it worse is for the sympathetic parent to run interference, trying to protect the child by making others show him the respect he deserves.
Provide the tools and encouragement for him to succeed in those areas that are important to him.
This makes them risk takers; if we don’t consider the consequences of our actions, we’re willing to try lots more behaviors—even if they are potentially damaging to us. It also often creates victims, so criminal behavior can require indifference toward other peoples’ well-being.
Not only did he sneak past the security system, but he also climbed a fence to get a closer look at the crocodile, in the process endangering himself. Because of them, we have a better understanding of why boys feed lizards to crocodiles in Australia.
He will see your desperation and anger, but he will not interpret it as an affirmation of his worth. Some kids are lazy and will just waste away in self-pity before they will stir themselves to pay the price of excellence, so you must constrain them to get out of their comfort and pity zones to reach for more.
Second, ask the other kids, or the parents of other kids (in a non-accusing way) what is wrong with your child. Finally, low self-control people are focused on themselves rather than others, making them insensitive to other people.
The only answer would be to do what one knows he ought, and thus remove the self-accusation. You will speed up the downward spiral by inflated praise of the child and by condemnation of others. Empty praise and “positive affirmation” will not help a person feel better about himself when his conscience is justly condemning him. Do you have the humility and guts to learn the answer and make changes in yourself and your family?

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