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7 Rude Behaviors People Have Almost Normalized

Can we try to drop them?

A lady standing all alone in an empty train
Photo by Lukáš Pánek on Unsplash

Rude behavior is on the rise — both online and in person.

From racist chants in sports arenas to abusive comments on online platforms, many people are confronted with rude behavior.

Those macro examples of rudeness draw justified ire, with many willing to stand up against them. But on a micro…

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Practical psychology for everyday life. Owned/Edited by clinical psychologist and writer Karen Nimmo.

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