Hate, Hatred, Grudge

After we hominids split from our common ancestor, we have undergone significant changes, such as the hybridization of the sapien, resulting in the transmission of genes, for example the common ancestor of chimpanzees and bonobos diverged 5 million years ago. chimpanzees have a male-dominated society of aggression. Its close relatives, bonobos, are female-dominated and lead a relatively non-aggressive life. Here the species shows that they formed independently despite their genetic similarity.

The hominids that evolved into today’s humans took the form of many of our ancestors during the evolution process. Before our species appeared, all humans or humanoid forms lived an animal life. And naturally, it gave a reaction to its environment like animals do. And with the advent of our tour, a larger more complex brain and more innovative skills led to increasingly complex thought processes and activities.

Hate can arise if people do not learn to tolerate in their relationships. Hatred or grudge can simply be an extreme (deep and emotional) dislike. Can target individuals entities objects

“Hate is a deep, long-lasting and intense emotion that expresses opposition, anger, hostility towards the person, group, and object.

HATE can be thought of as a state of the desiring ego that aims to destroy the source of unhappiness with a psychoanalytic approach.

In psychology, it can be called *attitude or disposition*.

Hate crime, which is also motivated by prejudices, can often mean a criminal action.

Perpetrators of hate crimes target victims because of their perception of belonging to a particular social group, often determined by race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, class, ethnicity, nationality, age, sexual identity, or political affiliation. Physical attacks are also possible within the scope of hate crimes. May cause damage to property, abuse, verbal abuse or insult.

With a population of more than 7 billion, tensions between people and groups in the world are growing, especially as food, work and other resources decrease.

Emotions are defined by psychologists as a variety of bodily feelings that respond to certain behavioral traits, such as temperament, personality disposition, and motivation. They also respond to the presence of neurotransmitters of hormones such as dopamine noradrenaline serotonin oxytocin.

Emotions are often the driving force behind motivation, whether positive or negative.

Hatred is different definition: intense hostility or avoidance, usually stemming from fear, anger, and the thought of injury, can also be defined as extreme discontent, antipathy.

Disgust as a word is synonymous with disgust. Its opposite meaning is love. Hate is considered a useless emotion for the human species that serves no particular purpose other than to cause population imbalance, it is thought to be a learned emotion, a by-product of greed, fear, and envy. Children often learn hate from their parents, other guardians, teachers, friends. When these feelings are strong enough in people, hatred arises.

malice:

THE ROOTS OF GRATITUDE REACH TO PREVENTION TO DOMINATE THE DESIRE TO OVERCOME OTHERS.

An unknown winner is often compared to a boomerang. Why didn’t it disappear in the evolutionary process with a high probability of backlash? Has vindictiveness secured its place today?

examples of hate

A divorced man buys the house opposite his ex-wife’s house and erects a statue of his mother, whom he does not love at all, despite the garden.

Just to hurt his friend, someone else proposes to a girl whom he likes but doesn’t like at all. In these two cases, the main motivation is hatred and the desire for revenge.

Confucius said that if you are going to set out for revenge, you must first dig two graves.

The fact that kin didn’t disappear during evolution means it works. In today’s world, where competition is dominant in all areas of social life, animosity has gained a stronger place than ever, thanks to the social media feed.

The only reward for revenge is retaliation. People convince themselves that they are punishing for a respectable purpose, whereas their real motivation is to hurt the other person and gain status in this way.

Holding grudges and punishing is a pleasurable behavior pattern for some.

This is especially true in a competitive environment. The more competitive an environment, the greater the resentment.

In fact, behind an urge that feeds greed in famine, there is actually a biological mechanism. Low serotonin increases the likelihood of grudges.

It can be beneficial to use grudge and anger against injustice, while it can be harmful to use it for the sake of opportunism cloaked in dignity.

Directing our anger towards the right target at the right time is a very powerful tool that improves societies.

It is also useful to use this impulse in a more selective way, instead of staying away from grudges while going towards the result.

Some of us argue that it may be beneficial to keep the feelings of resentment and vengeance to a minimum in order to protect our mental health. Scientifically, the simplest way to disengage anger is to wait a bit before reacting when something is bothering you. ANGRY FAILS IN TIME. And the event does not hurt us as much as it did at the beginning.

One way to reduce resentful tendencies is to improve our cognitive capacity for reflection, to prioritize rational thinking over instinctive responses. MEDITATION IS VERY USEFUL IN THAT WAY.

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Human beings may sometimes harbor resentment against actions that benefit them, may feel anger when someone with a disability who controls their chair wants to push their car on the street, may not feel needy for help, which may cause anger. If someone is helping you to enrich their social standing , the vindictive nature within you is activated .

Chronic feelings of hatred and vindictiveness?

* We can compare the effort to direct the right target by using resentment as a weapon to creating the Taliban against the Soviets.

*Or, the Russians to give priority and free education to the Balkan countries for the information, culture and uprising of the Balkan countries.

When we feel the urge to punish others, the road to behavior is under the control of anger. Anger can be prevented or suppressed if reason passes through the filter of logic. However, sometimes the mind is bypassed and the moment of anger develops as a reflex without measure. The determining factor here will be the injustice or personality structure.

The aggressive approach is not deterrent but reinforcing.

Anger takes over the emotional circuit temporarily. But in order for the feelings of hatred and grudge to continue, the logic circuit of the mind must be constantly blocked. Buddha appears as a personality problem.

The most effective method against bitterness

*After all, since these behaviors will be shaped according to the personality structure, biology -genetics- the social environment in which he grew up is the MAIN DETERMINANT.

CONTINUOUS FOCUS ON ANYTHING OF HORSE PROVIDES A BENEFITS IN DEVELOPING CREATIVE SOLUTIONS TO DAMAGE. BUT A PERSON WHO CAN CARRY THIS FEELING WILL ALSO PAY THE PRICE OF SHARP VINEGAR. FINALLY, THERE WILL BE LOSS AND LONENESS WAITING FOR HIM.

I THINK THE MOST EFFECTIVE METHOD AGAINST AGAINSTANCE IS TO CONTINUOUSLY STUCK HER BY EXHIBITING ITS INVESTIGATION AND HOPE THE UNQUESTING BRAIN FINALLY THINKS AND QUESTIONS ITSELF. OF course, IT IS A MUCH MORE FUNDAMENTAL FACTOR TO IMPROVE THE SOCIAL MEDIA THAT SUPPORTS THIS FEELING. USE OF AGAINSTANCE AS A WEAPON. DIRECTING IT TO THE RIGHT TARGET IS LIKE CREATION OF THE TABAN AGAINST THE SOVIETS.

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