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Why get Aggressive? Learn 6 Causes of Aggression

What are the Causes of Aggression?

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In this article, you will get deeper understanding on what causes aggression in humans.

Are you Aggressive?

Aggressive behavior is like turbulent waves triggered by intense emotions. It’s when feelings like anger, frustration, or fear overflow, potentially hurting others or oneself. 

It’s not just physical fights but also hurtful words and control attempts.

Your Aggressive behavior can either protect you or may cause harm. It stems from self-defense, beliefs, or desires, but mishandling can cause conflicts and pain. 

Understanding it is like diving into the deep sea, discovering hidden feelings, pressures, and experiences that shape reactions.

Signs/ Few Examples of aggression:

What are the Causes of Aggression?

1. Poor Communication Skills

Aggressive behavior might become a default way to communicate feelings if someone struggles to express themselves clearly or calmly.

2. Impulsive Control

Some individuals have a more challenging time controlling their impulses, which can lead to quick bursts of aggressive behavior.

3. Isolation & Loneliness

Some individuals have a more challenging time controlling their impulses, which can lead to quick bursts of aggressive behavior.

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3. Lack of Problem-Solving Skills

If someone struggles to find constructive solutions to their problems, they might resort to Aggression to ‘solve’ them.

4. Alcohol and Drugs

Substance abuse can impair judgment and lower inhibitions, making someone more likely to act aggressively.

5. Past Experiences

Previous experiences of trauma or violence can shape how someone reacts to specific situations, potentially leading to aggressive behavior as a defensive mechanism.

6. Emotions on Edge

Strong emotions like anger, jealousy, or frustration can sometimes push someone towards aggressive behavior. It’s like a pot boiling over when the heat is too high.

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