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The chief reason that family and friends are frequent targets of aggression is that...

A. ) as obstacles, they're unremovable B. ) they're convenient C....

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The chief reason that family and friends are frequent targets of aggression is that...

A.
) as obstacles, they're unremovable B.
) they're convenient C.
) frustration-producing obstacles are often unclear D.
) they cause the most frustration

Answer

quoted, " A person's closest loved-ones are the ones he/she can usually abuse without fear of social or legal repercussions. Familiarity all too often DOES breed contempt - or at the very least, psycho/emotional complacency. If couples continued to treat eachother like strangers they are trying to impress, then people would be a lot happier and the divorce rate would plummet! It seems to be far too easy for most people to lose sight of the fact that their close "loved-ones" are every bit as human as they, themselves, are and every bit as vulnerable to pain and painful emotions. When you drop a stone into a puddle of water, the ripples are the strongest and closest together at the source, spreading out thinner and weaker the further out they travel. So it should be with our kindness and consideration. Yet it is the opposite. The further out from the source, the stronger it seems to be and the closer in, the weaker. This is the exact OPPOSITE of way the laws of nature and the universe work. It is no wonder we live lives so sad and full of pain! " I looked it up because I didn't know how to phrase it.
this guy did it perfectly, in my opinion.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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