International forum: Romance & Friendship - HATE AT FIRST SIGHT
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12 Mar 2015 02:12

You've all heard of the term ' love at first sight '..so logically the opposite must apply as in 'hate at first sight' ok ? True or false ?

12 Mar 2015 12:45

Only those who abuse n sexhungers bad character ppl

12 Mar 2015 13:12

But I said 'hate at first sight' not after one knows they are 'sexhungers' or of 'bad character'as you said.

Edited by Yardbirdblue / 12 Mar 2015 13:17
12 Mar 2015 14:44
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12 Mar 2015 14:52

Miala14-first impressions I said, not after you think you now know the person

12 Mar 2015 15:38

Absolutely! Because we're basically animals. The only thing that could separate us from animals is the ability to suppress natural responses, and first impressions qualify as stimuli for those responses. A hungry lion sees a helpless lonely injured zebra, it's going to eat it. A hungry person sees the same thing and might save the zebra instead. A person who reminds you of a bad experience just in their appearance will trigger what neuroscience might call "empathy neurons", which allow you to get the same or similar chemical and emotional responses to a situation that is mirrors one you've been in. When we ignore those reasons and instead shake the other person's hand, we're going against our nature, in (usually) a good way!

12 Mar 2015 16:04

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Absolutely! Because we're basically animals. The only thing that could separate us from animals is the ability to suppress natural responses, and first impressions qualify as stimuli for those responses. A hungry lion sees a helpless lonely injured zebra, it's going to eat it. A hungry person sees the same thing and might save the zebra instead. A person who reminds you of a bad experience just in their appearance will trigger what neuroscience might call "empathy neurons", which allow you to get the same or similar chemical and emotional responses to a situation that is mirrors one you've been in. When we ignore those reasons and instead shake the other person's hand, we're going against our nature, in (usually) a good way!

BASICALLY THE ROARS HAD DIFFERENCES N IT ONLY TAKES A GOOD TRAINER TO TAMED THOSE IF IT'S BEING PERMITTED /when u hate ur soul lost as spark being human is too close to a dark path n ull feel hate can conquer ur struggle the more u hate the more u will feel tht inside of is dying and tht glow r too hard to get back EACH time u loose it..... HATE IT WHEN IT'S FEAR ....N CONQUER IT WHEN ITS LOVE...

Edited by china24 / 12 Mar 2015 16:05
12 Mar 2015 16:09
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12 Mar 2015 16:18

Amit786 :That's a great answer ! Very interesting ..that's it..the person reminds you of maybe a bad uncle for example who was cruel to you as a kid then as an adult you meet someone who has similar looks, voice,or even style of dress then one can associate him sub-consciously with that experience and hate him without knowing why ! Powerful stuff bro ..! Good one !

12 Mar 2015 16:23
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12 Mar 2015 16:37
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12 Mar 2015 16:39

Obviously it depends what your mind tells you about that person as to how you feel.If your triggered experiences are horrendous then you might have intense dislike for a stranger without knowing why..the whole thing is a spectrum and not definite because it's based on feelings not yet cleared up and one that may not be understood by even the person experiencing it.Of course the reverse can also happen..known as 'love at first sight' where past personal positive associations are linked with a person seen for the first time.

12 Mar 2015 16:40

Quote by Amit786
Absolutely! Because we're basically animals. The only thing that could separate us from animals is the ability to suppress natural responses, and first impressions qualify as stimuli for those responses. A hungry lion sees a helpless lonely injured zebra, it's going to eat it. A hungry person sees the same thing and might save the zebra instead. A person who reminds you of a bad experience just in their appearance will trigger what neuroscience might call "empathy neurons", which allow you to get the same or similar chemical and emotional responses to a situation that is mirrors one you've been in. When we ignore those reasons and instead shake the other person's hand, we're going against our nature, in (usually) a good way!