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Postby Ecmandu » Tue Mar 02, 2021 5:39 pm

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Re: I really enjoyed this article... I thought you might to

Postby alicehilligan » Fri Apr 30, 2021 1:26 pm

Thanks for the article
I'd like to highlight this paragraph specially

"Humans typically do things to get pleasure or avoid pain. For most of us, hurting others causes us to feel their pain. And we don’t like this feeling. This suggests two reasons people may harm the harmless – either they don’t feel the others’ pain or they enjoy feeling the others’ pain"

imxo the main factor in the development of cruelty is the wrong, rigidly abusive child's upbringing.
As a psychologist, I have seen many troubled children with troubled families and inadequate parents :(
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Re: I really enjoyed this article... I thought you might to

Postby encode_decode » Sat May 01, 2021 11:35 pm

alicehilligan wrote:Thanks for the article
I'd like to highlight this paragraph specially

"Humans typically do things to get pleasure or avoid pain. For most of us, hurting others causes us to feel their pain. And we don’t like this feeling. This suggests two reasons people may harm the harmless – either they don’t feel the others’ pain or they enjoy feeling the others’ pain"

imxo the main factor in the development of cruelty is the wrong, rigidly abusive child's upbringing.
As a psychologist, I have seen many troubled children with troubled families and inadequate parents :(

One hundred percent. Upbringing is so critical
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