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Human Tendency : A Theory of Humanizing

Updated on June 29, 2015
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After left my software job , I started blogging and entered to this content writing WORLD.I love to write whatever comes to my way....

Balance your Tendency will keep you Healthy
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Human Tendency

It’s often noticed that we'll wait for that one phone call entire night, compromising our sleep, studies, job and even our family but we're always disappointed.


So why do we run after people who don't recognize our worth and thrash the people who welcome us?

Because it’s basic human tendency.


We always have the urge to prove ourselves and apparently trying to awaken the good feelings inside someone for ourselves is something that we see as a challenge.
And people continue to treat us like shit. Because life isn't fair. Technically, nothing is fair in today's world.
We never deserve to be betrayed, never deserve to be disappointed and never deserved to be left behind. But even after being the best, most perfect person, we aren't happy with what we are and what we have.

Because its basic human tendency.

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DO n DON'Ts


We're always doing something that we want instead of doing something that we should be doing. We're all looking for our big break in our jobs, life, academics and more of all of our relationships. But sometimes, hope takes the form of desperation and we never realize that.

The way people treat you isn't a statement of your personality, it’s a statement of theirs. So when people with so called higher morals say that we should treat everyone as equal, we're certainly not gonna believe so.
Because even though criminals and soldiers use a gun, you can't treat them as equal.
Our minds don't differentiate people based on their rank, personality and qualification. Its a simple logic that our minds have been trained to do so since the very beginning.
Because its basic human tendency.


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At Last

So in the end, it’s not about what people are like and what they would think about your actions. There's always a good and bad to a story. There are always pros and cons. There's always appreciation and criticism.
You're gonna have to follow your own path and see where it takes you. You will definitely meet with obstacles, but that's a part of life. If you aren't facing a problem, then you aren't doing anything right.
Be what you are, don't hide your feelings. You know you are good at what you do and let no one decide what your capabilities are apart from yourself. The pure definition of yourself should lie within you.

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      M K Paul 2 years ago from India

      Thanks Chitrangada for ur kind words :)

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      Chitrangada Sharan 2 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Great hub with words of wisdom! We all suffer from that typical human tendency, you have beautifully explained above. Although we do realize that it may not be good for us or help us.

      Thanks for sharing this insightful hub!

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