Here's what I found: There are three general motives behind people talking bad about another person. 1. They're talking with someone to solve a problem they're having with the individual, but lack the skill to do it in a kind way. 2. They want to discredit the other person, or cause harm to the other person. Their motive is to hurt, or they feel they must defend themselves from hurt, so they hurt first. 3. They want to be accepted, so they find common humor, evil, etc. to talk about to make themselves feel better.
The first group: They talk about the problem, may go into detail, may exagerate a little, but their motive is mainly to get an idea of how to solve the problem, and not to hurt the other person. They may talk innapropriately, or in a way that may leave a negative light on the person they're talking about, but its not hateful.
The second group: People who talk bad about another person to cause harm: They seem to feel like you have some major impact in their life, and they are scared of you. For example, a friend who feels like her life is determined by how much boys like her will often bad mouth another girl who the boys like more than her - or that she thinks they like more than her. She does this because she feels like she must manipulate the people around her to stay safe. If she took responsibility for her own actions, and her own ability to change, to act, she wouldn't feel so threatened by other people. So usually, people who talk maliciously are really very terrified people. They feel they must manipulate the people around them to be safe. They don't start by changing their own actions and choosing how they feel, they let life around them tell them who they are. Its a very threatened place to live.
They people are a combination of the two catagories above. They talk about others because they have nothing better to do. They just talk without considering the people or friendships that will be damaged, its just entertainment.
Bottom line, I found that the more someone is trying to harm and manipulate, usually the more sensitive and insecure that person is on the inside, so much so that they feel the need to control everyone around them to keep their lives stable.
When I find myself talking about someone, I ask myself - if this person were listening to me talk, would I feel honest and respectful of that person, even if what I'm saying is negative? That's my check.
Sometimes they do. But other times they just don't like the person or something.
Fear of rejection. People try to protect their egos, and if someone rejects them, that makes them feel bad. So, they find it hard to talk to others.
Good: Can talk to others around the world and get access to important information Bad:very annoying to keep track of and might meet the wrong people.
The meaning of thid saying is that if you do good to others then people will do good to you in ttreturn. And if you do bad to others then people will only do bad to you. It has to do with karma.
just talk stupid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
dogs get bad by living with bad people dogs are influenced by the behaviour of others ,like children.
Weapons are used to kill other people. Since murdering others is bad, weapons are bad.
Tituba was not a bad person, she was a victim. An enslaved black girl. The people who enslaved her and others were in fact the bad people.
They drive bad, talk back, are to dependent on tech., and are bad with money.
I don't think you can really say that anywhere is "bad" or "good"; people do good and bad things, some people do more bad things than others and some places have more people doing bad things than others, but that isn't really anything to do with the place.
When you talk bad about a religion it's similar to spitting in Gods eye
They talk normal? We are normal people too, we just have an illness. If a person being depressed is in a bad mood, they probably talk little and keep to themselves.