#16: The Law Of Aggression - Deepstash
#16: The Law Of Aggression

#16: The Law Of Aggression

Behind their mask, people are dealing with frustration and aggression. We repress these unwanted feelings because we think of ourselves as peaceful and good. However, we want to control and manipulate people and can come off as passive-aggressive. Beware the dangerous types and watch out for the signs. Channel your own inner aggressive energy towards something positive for instance your work.

The source of our aggression lies in our feeling of helplessness. Because of that, we want to take control over everything.


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The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene is a book that I think everyone should read at least once in their lifetime.

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