It has been recently revealed in a report how the problem of being a moody little toddler might tend to affect one in later stages in life. A recent study is of the view that the habits and personality traits ne has as a kid, tend to go to affecting life much later.
It was revealed by Psychologist Wendy Slutske from the University of Missouri that this traits as a toddler tends to give rise to moving a person towards gambling in later life. There are a number of temptations present in the world.
"The people who were rated at age 3 as being more restless, inattentive, oppositional, and moody than other 3-year-old children were twice as likely to grow up to have problems with gambling as adults three decades later", said a team of researchers from the Otago University.
Gambling is no less than an addiction and once one get hooked to gambling. The strained upbringing of children and their trait as a child are something that has direct effects on the life of the person.
There is need for more attention to be paid towards the upbringing of a person by his her parents and teachers and family members. This shall result in a balanced and rational person. He or she then won't run astray towards ill habits such as gambling or betting.
This needs to be inculcated in a person as a child and the parent are almost solely responsible for making a child what he or she is his s why more awareness needs to be spread about how children can be taken the best care of and how good habits can be put in them, from the very beginning.
It remains to be seen what sort of rules shall be made by the authorities for safeguarding people against gambling as an addiction.
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