Psychology of gossiping

Perfect Yourself

Many people believe that gossiping is a very ugly habit. Religious people also consider gossip a sin. But we are still exposed to gossip almost wherever we turn. From an early age, I choose friends who did not have the habit of talking about other people in such a way, people who preferred to talk about ideas and experiences. But, of course, sometimes I find myself in the company of people who notably enjoy passing on repulsive or shameful information about other people. Such information regularly comes from reliable sources, and the person who spreads it always has the same eye glow … a malicious glow. We all have reactions to gossip. Someone is surprised, someone is shocked, someone is moralizing, someone pities the main victims of gossip, but if you think about it, you will surely agree with me that the people you hear “juicy stories” from are actually…

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