INAPPROPRIATE CONDUCT/BEHAVIORS ARE THE RESULT OF EMOTIONS UNREASONED.
It will be unrealistic to try and define any one particular or multiple emotions, based on different people's inherent characteristic and how they respond or react in dealing with their own emotions.
Generally, people cave in to their emotions because they lack the ability to ARTICULATE and REASON their position on their own. The end result will be burnt out nerves, drained energies and a stuck position.
People assume that things are the way they are or should be because they choose to see them that way. At this point one can easily lose perspective and become very UNRESONABLE.
When or if a person sees a truth, that truth doesn't belong to them, unless the force of that truth is EXPERIENCED.
Unfortunately, many are blocked by their own ignorance and egos which keep them blinded from seeing the path that leads to the truth of many things.
Only when one is ready to seek the truth and is prepared to walk the truth, one will become open and receptive when the universal force rightly places one in a position to find the DEFINITIVE ONE/S OF HIGHER HIGHER REASONING.
Strong language is often used, when emotions get OUT OF CONTROL. People think they are expressing clearly, but what they are in fact doing, is EVOKING emotions, giving sound/power to NEGATIVE ATTITUDES AND INAPPROPRIATE CONDUCT.
In the end, many are stuck with POORLY SHAPED CHARACTERS, and will eventually have to give account for their emotional energies under the laws of physics/ cause and effect.
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