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Understanding Human Thought Process.BY: R. Devan | Category: Others | Submitted: 2017-01-26 22:44:45
Article Summary: "It is really interesting to see the behaviorial patterns of human beings. They are so calm , at least on the outside . But suddenly an ourburst comes. And the person (s) involved at that moment.."
Understanding human thought process.
It is really interesting to see the behaviorial patterns of human beings. They are so calm , at least on the outside . But suddenly an ourburst comes. And the person (s) involved at that moment , based on their temperament decide the further course of the action process. If the other person gets provocated easily, then the talk process akes over to argument and sometimes culminates in vehement arguments and/or physical abuse. In fact sometimes , it takes an extreme step of murder , sometimes intentional.
On the other hand, if the other person , does not get provoked and is fully aware of the incident happening vis a vis the first person loosing temper and getting into outbursts, the situation gets resolved sooner than later and amicably. Of course it also depends upon the issue involved and the temperament of the people involved an d sometimes also depends upon the time of the day.
Sometimes in a part of our country , we witness , casual discussions about a football match , getting into arguments and then heated arguments and sometimes in violence.
Another angle or reason for people getting disturbed is based on their religious beliefs and sometimes superstitions. Generally there is nothing wrong in having a set of rules in terms of religion to follow or having some superstitions . But when it conflicts with the opinion of another person , who is involved , in the action process , either directly or indirectly , then it results in various forms of disturbances.
So basically if people can train themselves to be clear about their beliefs and also accept that difference of opinions can be there with others, things may become better for all. As said earlier, the energy level of the person may also matter which may be based on the time of the day. It may also be dependent on the general health of the person at that point of time .
For example, in the morning , generally we are all fresh and so may be able to take in our stride , the erratic behavior of the other person. Of course , it may also depend upon , the extent of damage caused viz whether it extends to physical abuse or very strong affecting arguments.
In the evening , when the person may be tired after the days'work , chances of conflict may be more. Also for some people , when they are hungry , they lose their temper.
Sometimes , for unknown reasons , we just get irritated. It may be due to some problems in our body or some disturbing thoughts in our mind, about which , we may not be clear , as to the cause and nature of the issue involved.
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