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Kleptomania Kleptomania a disease embarrassing the person

Written by
Dr. Pradip Chauhan
(Consultant meditation therapist)


Person this disorder are compelled to steal things, generally, but not limited to objects of little or no significant value, such as pens, paper clips, and tape.


  • Person is generally steal thing which is not of his interest or of little value.
  • Sometimes such things are given back or kept back at its place
  • Person is guilty for his work and often try to leave the habit.
  • Person have irresistible urge of stealing the thing.
  • Such a behavior is seen in approximately 5% of the thieves.

Difference between purposeful thief and kleptomania.

  • Purposefully person steals things which are of costly and of his interest.
  • He is not guilty for his work.


  • Stress full Condition
  • Sudden death of close relative


Patient needs strong willing,family support, social support in addition to

  • Psychoanalysis
  • Cognitive Therapy
  • Psychological Counseling
  • Antidepressant
  • Sometimes Sock Treatment


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