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rahkeepschanging rahkeepschanging 26-30, F 11 Answers Nov 24, 2012 in Community

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The curse of having such big brains is we feel a wider spectrum of emotions than a lot of animals. However, like most animals something as simple as a blow to the head tends to bring out the worst in us. It's a survival trait. Thankfully the older we get the more mellow, relaxed, and happier we tend to become.

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It is the presence of guilt and holding in anger over an extended period of time that it turns against a person.

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And why is it never those who would be justified?

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I'm sure it's right below the surface for those types... if you know how you can break them. I chose to be the bigger person and just let them have extreme confidence. It's less destructive that way.

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True,and Ihave no wish to break or cause harm to any living creature anyway. :)

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They've been hurt maybe, and their self esteem is at rock bottom.

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Because their parents hated them first.

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cause they've done stupid huge mistakes and cant forgive themselves

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Becuse tey are silly enough to buy into the media generated cult of celebrity that causes them to compare themselves to airbrushed, retouched idealised role models and the advertising campagns that say buy this and wear this and be perfect.. <br />
Maybe advertising has a point. Those dumb enough to fall for it will end up as consumer drones, leaving the thinkers to rule.

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there are actually some promising studies on this... there have even been pushes for airbrushed images to come with disclaimers at the bottom. There are so many disclaimers already being used in magazines that no one seems to mind, so it isn't such a crazy idea.

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