Psychological health

Why Are People So Mean, Rude, and Nasty?

You will find mean people at all stages of your life. It’s hard to know what’s on their mind when someone is hated. But what is the reason for this mean behavior? Are they intentionally trying to hurt others, or is their behavior just a way to protect themselves from people who are hurting them? Why are people mean and rude to others?

Throughout our lives, we all come into contact with at least one person that we consider bad, cruel, or mean. Like me, you may have been harassed, gossiped, yelled, slandered, cornered, intimidated, and unjustly punished – and your reaction may be “Why?”

Why are people mean to you and toxic to each other? Why do some people seem to actually enjoy deception and toxic behavior?

If you are like most people, your immediate answer might be something along the lines of, “…because they are bad people,” “…because they are psychopaths/sociopaths/narcissists,” “…because they are evil,” “…because Some people are just like that!”

While these answers are natural and widespread, they are two-dimensional and narrow in perspective. If you are tired of feeling angry at others and want to rediscover that feeling self-masteryRead on.

important note:

This article was written to understand those in your life who, as far as you know, are generally psychologically healthy (but exhibit unpleasant behavior).

Please do not seek advice or guidance from this article if you come across someone in your life who has been diagnosed with or has visible signs of mental illness (eg, narcissismsociopathy, psychopathy).

If you have been physically, emotionally, mentally or sexually abused by any individual (or group) in your life, please seek professional help from a psychotherapist or abuse counselor immediately.

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Why anger is addictive

You are in a conversation with someone, you say something that seems offensive, and the other person gets angry with you. They stand in threat and say, “You know, I’ve learned a thing or two about you. You are a real part of the business and don’t care about anyone but yourself. No wonder you don’t have a lot of friends.” Then they suddenly leave.

What will your reaction be? You may jump into a rage and begin to defy the person’s unfair assessment of you, and respond with your most vicious attacks. Or you may sit in a daze and wonder what I said wrong like sad and discontent It slowly builds up inside you.

“How can they treat me badly?” You may be wondering, “What the hell did you do?” Then you may boil with hatred for the rest of the day, demonization The person on your mind at the moment. These reactions are fairly common among us in the community and I have personally interacted both ways on a number of different occasions in the past.

The consequence of indulging in someone else’s toxic words and behaviors is devastating to our well-being…but did you know what? It feels good to be really indignant. It’s a nice feeling to be intoxicated with anger.

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When we feel unjustly wronged, we are immediately rewarded with a sense of self-righteousness that we are “victims” and not only that – we also feel a sense of direct self- superiority.

Why are people mean, rude and bad?

How many times have you revolted in the past against a “terrible person” with the implicit assumption that you are the “superior person”? Maybe a lot. But do not worry. It’s normal. We all do this.

The truth is that anger is like a drug because not only does it give us a false sense of being “better,” “kinder,” “healthier,” and “justified” in our righteous indignation, it also maintains the illusion of separation between us and the world (or in other words, it strengthens arrogance). This may be one of the biggest obstacles to looking beyond the veil of mean behavior: our refusal to let go of our anger.

Once we are ready to let go of our anger and once we are ready for it leave it From the benefits it brings us, we can then learn to really understand “Why are people mean and rude?” In other words, we can find more peace, spiritual healingand inner freedom.

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