Though hatred ferments within a person and prevents positive achievements, still, it seems to be on the rise. Doctor Paul C. Vitz, associate professor and senior scholar at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, is asking why.
“Hatred sort of ‘pickles’ a person,” he says, “filling them with resentment, bitterness, and even depression.”
But a glance at the news reveals that hatred is active in the world today.
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