Are these just just a few incidents or India as a whole has become impatient and intolerant nation. Dr BK Waraich, a psychiatrist says, “Intolerance level has gone up.” People have different tolerance levels for different things, so they act accordingly. She further adds that it might have been a spur of the moment decision. When people commit such acts, they repent later about their acts.
But, it is evident that in such cases when people get angry, they do not see anything apart from anger. Dr Waraich says, “Anger is displacement. When a person gets angry, it does not necessarily mean that he/she was angry due to that particular incident. The person might have been angry due to something that had already transpired during the day-time and someone else had to face the brunt of it.”
Such acts are not a new trend. It has been happening in the past too. Dr Waraich says, “Substance abuse needs to be looked into.” When a person is under the influence of substance abuse they do such acts, which they are also not fully aware of. They sometimes lose control over themselves, which makes matters worse.
When asked about Indians being impatient, Dr Waraich does not want to generalise as such but states, “It depends upon the society. She considers people in the North India are comparatively more impatient than people from other places,” she informs. But, she concludes by saying that it is very important for people to understand what angers you and what relaxes you. It has to be understood, Anger is the root of all sufferings. So if one can control his/her anger, one can live in peace.
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