3 Reasons Why We Are Kinder to Strangers Than to the Ones We Love

Our behavior changes around different people, and we might not always be aware of it. There’s a scientific study that explains hidden mechanisms that basically “control” what we do and say. After 3 decades’ worth of aggression research, psychology professor Deborah South Richardson was able to find out why our behavior varies depending on the people around us, and what prompts changes in our behavior.