During our normal office relations, why do we become aggressive sometimes to our fellow workers?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Because under pressure we forget people don't really know how we feel at that instant. So we lash at them for being ignorant, in our eyes.
- almintakaLv 41 decade ago
Because we're social animals. In any social grouping, the animals are constantly testing and re-enforcing their status in the group. ON occasion such a test is an attempt to "rise in the ranks", as in a situation in which a beta male challenges an alpha male for leadership of the group.
The existing power structure is sometimes referred to as the "pecking order", after the behavior birds in flocks.
If you think of us as nothing more than groups of complicated baboons, our behavior isn't all that difficult to understand.
Big Al Mintaka
- marilynnLv 51 decade ago
Survival of the top dog. Aggression occurs when we feel threatened.
- DeeDeeLv 51 decade ago
coz sometimes they annoy or get under our skin and you can only take soooo much before your PEED OFF and go beserko at them :)
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- eviliveLv 41 decade ago
Because people are jerks. Almost all of them almost all of the time. Jerks.
- OCLv 71 decade ago
I do it if someone doesn't give enough of respect.