Imagine a nursery where two three-year-old children are playing at the sandpit. Suddenly, one of them starts to pull on the other child’s bucket and to hit the other child. Two adults quickly move in; one seeks to comfort the ‘victim’, while the other pulls away the ‘attacking’ child, saying that the behaviour is ‘bad’ and you are ‘not allowed to hit other people’, because ‘it’s wrong’.
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