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Why do people hate people? - A question by 'curious kid' Daisy, age 9, Lake Oswego, Oregon (theconversation.com)

Understanding hate as an emotional response can help you recognize your feelings about something or someone and be curious about where those feelings are coming from. This awareness will give you time to gather more information and imagine the other person’s perspective....

Physics confirms that the enemy of your enemy is, indeed, your friend (news.northwestern.edu)

In the 1940s, Austrian psychologist Fritz Heider introduced social balance theory, which explains how humans innately strive to find harmony in their social circles. According to the theory, four rules — an enemy of an enemy is a friend, a friend of a friend is a friend, a friend of an enemy is an enemy and, finally, an enemy...

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