Psychology Behind Competition

Liliyan Hassan Character, Culture, Free Will, General Psychiatry Leave a Comment

We have all heard of women competing against each other… who has the most expensive bag and who has the best hair and who has the most banging clothes and who has the best house and who has the best car and (even) who has the best husband. Psychologically speaking, such behavior is a man made behavior that is a result of increased importance in relation to that which is otherwise not that significant which happens for two reasons: 1. the insignificance that women feel may be expressed in relation to making that which is insignificant seem more important as she gains importance in the condition imposed upon her. 2. the minimization of her own significance so that she is not psychologically more harmed than she is if she was to see her self for her real worth; where in doing so, she feels that she is not one that does not belong in this world as this becomes an act of self defense.

 

Again: Psychologically speaking, such behavior is a man made behavior that is a result of increased importance in relation to that which is otherwise not that significant but has gained significance due to the necessity for a woman to be her own individual given that 1. men have attacked women’s individuality and 2. men have not allowed women to explore their individuality freely.

 

Once again: Psychologically speaking, such behavior is a man made behavior that is a result of increased importance in relation to that which is otherwise not that significant but has gained significance due to the necessity for a woman to be her own individual who is living in a world where the truth asserts that she has a self who is unique and 1. men have dismissed that uniqueness as to make us all one of the same in relation to behavior, conduct, personality, looks, etc and 2. men have treated this uniqueness in such fashion as to reward it with competitive abuse.

 

ONCE MORE: Psychologically speaking, such behavior is a man made behavior that is a result of increased importance in relation to that which is otherwise not that significant but has gained significance due to the necessity for a woman to be her own individual who is living in a world where the truth asserts that she has a self that is unique and, hence, in having this uniqueness removed, there becomes a need for a woman to “compete” with other women in order to capture herself as someone different and as someone who has her own unique self.

 

As you see above, there are two reasons in each paragraph.. and following each paragraph, I removed those reasons as to assume that you have already read the paragraph before it. For example, in the first paragraph I listed the two reason in relation to why there is an increased importance for that which is otherwise insignificant…. the following paragraph,  I could have listed those two reasons again but I did not…instead, I wrote in the same color (pink) something else that might as well have taken the place of those two reasons where the info in your brain is now whatever truth you have within you already being confirmed as so from the first two reasons plus something else that now pertains to it. Meaning: I am not messing with your head and I am not adding or taking away anything from your brain—just what you have is what you have . From there, I am going to place these two sections in pink together and the two sections in blue together and the two sections in green together (you may come up with a different analysis if you were to do this yourself):

 

for two reasons: 1.the insignificance that women feel may be expressed in relation to ma king that which is insignificant seem more important as she gains importance in the condition imposed upon her. 2. the minimization of her own significance so that she is not psychologically more harmed than she is if she was to see her self for her real worth; where in doing so, she feels that she is not one that does not belong in this world as this becomes an act of self defense + but has gained significance due to the necessity for a woman to be her own individual:

There is a necessity for a woman to be her own individual for two reasons: one is her self and one is men. Men are making a necessity out of it since they deprive women from having it. And at the same time, men are the ones who are getting in the way of it. This creates a sense of importance out of men for herself and a sense of importance in relation to herself for him. Due to this necessity not being one created by the woman, it feels as if seeking it is not worth much as that minimizes the significance of what it means to have ownership over one’s own self which works out at the end to mean that she looks at other women and is able to see that “insignificance” with more clarity than her own. This insignificance is not the woman’s insignificance but it is the insignificance of dismissing her as to make it necessary for her to get that which she already has (herself). To get that which she already has: I hear women compete with each other using that phrase. Now if we look at this section again: “Psychologically speaking, such behavior is a man made behavior that is a result of increased importance in relation to that which is otherwise not that significant + but has gained significance due to the necessity for a woman to be her own individual due to the necessity for a woman to be her own individual “—what we have gained by adding these two sections together is the description of the “such” in the “Such behavior”. And due to the fact that these two things add up to describe what the behavior is all about, this indeed tells us that this is a man made behavior.  (for example, if I was to give you two reasons why you should eat and then I say “consume your food”, then you would not get the behavior related to one eating as one is putting food in their mouth, chewing it, etc… yet, if I was to give you two reasons why you should wear a longer skirt and then say “do not be a whore”, then you will get a sense of a behavior that tells us that this is not human nature but that this is a man made behavior).

 

given that 1. men have attacked women’s individuality and 2. men have not allowed women to explore their individuality freely. + who is living in a world where the truth asserts that she has a self 

Rewrite: given she who is living in a world where the truth asserts that she has a self, men have attacked women’s individuality and men have not allowed women to explore their individuality freely.

What this does is change the order of events as to say that men knew what they were doing to women… before, this was written as if the woman is left alone and men did something that ended up harming her by accident. This gives us the intent of such behavior as being one that attacks the selfhood of a woman in relation to the truth.

 

who is unique and 1. men have dismissed that uniqueness as to make us all one of the same in relation to behavior, conduct, personality, looks, etc and 2. men have treated this uniqueness in such fashion as to reward it with competitive abuse. +  and, hence, in having this uniqueness removed, there becomes a need for a woman to “compete” with other women in order to capture herself as someone different and as someone who has her own unique self.

Uniqueness was removed by he who we were not able to dismiss. Hence, here, we can attach abusive behavior that men have inflected us with as to show the elements that attack a person’s uniqueness. And here we can see that the abuse suffered on the hands of men is stretched and carried over as women express those feelings against each other.  It is as if you and I have just finished fist fighting and then someone comes into the room and we scream at them as our way of “talking” to them because our feelings are still active in relation to the fight we just had. And in this case, women are still taking a self-defense stance. Meaning: our senses of reality has been altered as we live it today… if women were not abused today, we would look back at the lives we currently have and we would say, “why were we talking this way and why did we act like that?!” as it would seem like we were drunk. 

 

Conclusion: 

Psychologically speaking, such behavior is a man made behavior that is a result of increased importance in relation to that which is otherwise not that significant but has gained significance due to the necessity for a woman to be her own individual who is living in a world where the truth asserts that she has a self that is unique and, hence, in having this uniqueness removed, there becomes a need for a woman to “compete” with other women in order to capture herself as someone different and as someone who has her own unique self.

 

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