Why Do People Steal | The Psychology of Package Thieves (vlogbrothers) | Injibs


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get a message whenever I upload an awesome message just for you. Why do people steal? People steal for a number of reasons, many
of which may be a bit complicated to understand. Stealing can occur when people are in a situation
that they cannot control, or in which they feel that they have no other option. For example, a man who has just lost his job,
who gets turned down for charity or government support, is currently homeless, has to feed
four hungry little children, and has a sick wife. There are also others who steal to get attention
or because they find excitement in stealing and like the thrill of the act. Usually, when people steal, there are triggers. In most cases, the act of stealing becomes
an act of survival. As they say, desperate times call for desperate
measures. When a person experiences a number of disasters,
such as losing every source of income and having piles of bills to pay while also facing
threats of eviction from your house, then some people will break and go for the last
resort. A lot of us would say that we would never
stoop as low as to steal but some people just are not as strong as others. The wrong combination of bad incidents and
a fragile personality can definitely trigger a pathological response, such as stealing. Whatever answer is provided for the question
of �Why do people steal?� the general idea is that those who steal are in need of
help from those of us who do not. However, the issues of trust still need to
be addressed. So, we ask �How can we help someone who
engages in stealing when we do not entirely trust the other person?� To be able to help
someone, there has to be a semblance of trust for us to help someone we know is stealing. The key to helping people who steal is by
understanding them. How do we understand them? We listen to the answers they provide on the
question about �Why do people steal?� When we listen to their stories, we will find
out the cause that pushed the person to steal in the first place. Once we find out why they steal, then we can
begin the helping process. Still, the person who steals will only be
helped if he accepts the help and is ready for it. The best way to deal with the problem of stealing
is to address the root causes, which may either be for survival, attention-seeking desires,
or the presence of a psychological disorder. Working on these issues first will help put
an end to our queries on �Why do people steal?� Have you ever stolen anything? Most of us as small children or even as adults
have done so. The child, of course, is usually unaware of
the crime until the parent forces him/her to take back the candy or whatever bright
object was picked up in the store or the change that was scooped off the mantelpiece and slipped
into a pocket. As adults, we sometimes casually take a box
of Kleenex from a hotel room, and some might even purloin a towel or a bathrobe, thinking
most probably: I�m paying enough for this hotel room. They could give me a few extra Kleenex for
the price. And, of course, people faced by huge hardships
are sometimes forced to steal when hungry to save their lives, or when their children
are in dire need in wartime or other times and places of grim poverty. A wonderful example of this is young Pip in
�Great Expectations� who steals some bread and a file for the convict who terrifies him
with the imaginary man who will tear out his heart and liver if he does not comply. Socrates says that no one knowingly commits
an evil action, evil is turned into good in the mind. The thief, like the pedophile, who convinces
himself the child really wants to make love to him, convinces himself that he has a right
to the object he desires. He needs it more than the other does. It is rightfully his. It is easier to steal from an anonymous, large
organization, than from an individual, easier to steal from someone who seems well-endowed
and has so much more. He won’t even notice, he has so much money
anyway. The dishonest shopkeeper probably thinks that
to steal from people, those he considers to have much more than he has, are too stupid
to notice. I have seen this happen in the Hamptons at
a fancy grocery store; the cashier simply tacked on the previous person�s bill with
my own, imagining I would not notice or perhaps not even care. It is true about great wealth. A person, for example, who has numerous houses
and forgets how many she owns, seems to be legitimate prey. But what about someone who has all they need
and steals anyway? There is an example of this in Jennifer Egan�s
�Visit from the Goon squad,� where Sasha finds a wallet left at the basin in the lady�s
room by a woman who is in one of the stalls peeing. She thinks: �It made her want to teach the
woman a lesson. But this wish only camouflaged the deeper
feeling Sasha always had: that at, tender wallet, offering itself to her hand � it
seemed so dull, so life-as-usual to just leave it there rather than seize the moment, accept
the challenge, take the leap, fly the coop, throw caution to the wind, live dangerously
(“I get it,” Coz, her therapist, said), and take the [expletive] thing.� So she steals out of a need for excitement,
for the thrill of it. One wonders if the large thefts of money in
the stock market�insider trading by people who probably already have large amounts of
money�are motivated by thinking of this kind. I hope you have found about Why Do People
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