Faris BQ : Sent Picture
Intan Qurotul Ain : It must be 60.
Faris BQ : That is called social pressures. Because the others have done wrong, despite us knowing what is right, we will still do wrong. And even we try to justify what we did. This is a lesson of personality, not math.
Intan Qurotul Ain : *Thinking*
Social Pressures . . . . . .
Changing and developing are inevitable parts of our life. We try to seek an deven create our identity, who we are. Our thinking, attitude, lifestyle, an deven personality will keep on changing, an done of main factors of those changes is the environmental factor; who are we surrounding our self with.
Many people think that we should just be friend simply everyone. İt doesnt matter if they are good or bad. What matters is we have our own principles. But we have to keep in mind, that, to put it in analogy, "life is like a receiver and giver of energy. Surrounding ourself with negativity will just make our life receives many negative energies as well, and vice versa".
Now i will tell you a research in relations of this social pressures case
" They conducted a research in a hospital. Everyone in that hospital were aware of the research and its purpose. Then came a patient who had no idea of the whole research thing. The research was so simple, they would ring a bell in every 3 minutes, and those who were present there would stand up.
That one patient i mentioned, apparently didn't stand up, because he knew nothing about this, and he was confused himself with what exactly happened in that Hospital. First time, second time, he still didn't stand up, despite everyone standing up when the bell rang and sat back again after it finished.
Until the third time the bell rang, he finally stoop up, as the people in his surrounding did ".
That was the case of social pressure. We can see that our surrounding would play a huge influence, consciously or not, deliberately or not. As we see in that research case, it took only the third bell to influence that patient to do what others did, despite not knowing why and what it was for.