As Sigmund Freud stated in 1917, communities with adjoining territories and close relationships are especially likely to engage in feuds and mutual ridicule because of hypersensitivity to details of differentiation.

Humans are tended to think themselves as unique and self. So, in the environments, especially they’re likely to each other, they find (and may even exaggerate) the small differences. The example is given through a marrying couple and their families, the families can be easily envy to each other. And after that moment of marriage, each of them starts to think how they’re superior than the other family, secretly. …

Mert Akkaya

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