Why do people come together when they get frustrated?
Why do people who feel disgruntled about a situation form a bond which consists of them mostly moaning about the situation repeatedly.
Because they want to express their emotions to someone. Some individuals want to know if others are upset about the same thing. Then they can get even more frustrated when the other people are not upset about the same thing but instead don't understand why the individual is upset in the first place.
Frustrated people are complex and it's best to stay away from them. Otherwise, you might want to hurt them from hearing them complain so much, which would only make them complain more.
Sometime people just need someone to vent too. This way we begin to cool down instead of doing something we might regret.
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