We normally avoid showing our grief and pain in a crowd.. Is crowd a useful device to control emotions?
Asked by subhash, 24 Jan '12 10:37 am
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Yes we avoid showing our grief in the public platform. Why we do this is because people are not going to be concerned about what our life is going trough. We will show it only to people who need to know. There can be a separate crowd of our own with whom we can share our emotions. But usually grief and pain we let flow when we are alone in solitude only .Answered by Anuja, 24 Jan '12 01:58 pm
Yes, because of which you avoid showing all your grief and pain...!Answered by Dil Se, 24 Jan '12 11:13 am
Some how.Answered by Manju Sikri, 24 Jan '12 11:04 am
If you do vent your grief and pain in a crowd, initially some may come forward and console but think if the crowd also follow suit it will become an uncontrollable eyesore.Answered by Dharmarajan, 24 Jan '12 10:50 am
Nopes, sometime rather it would add-up to sufferings.Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 24 Jan '12 10:44 am
Women folk in TN, by and large, prefers to air their domestic grievances in the public so as to garner sympathy and support from them and that works, too. So it is the other way.
Source: siachenAnswered by Siachen, 24 Jan '12 10:43 am
No it is notAnswered by iqbal seth, 24 Jan '12 10:41 am
No. The crowd can't do anything about it. Better to be with the crowd when in it and do as the crowd do!Answered by Sridhar, 24 Jan '12 10:39 am