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Why Do People Get Scared When They See A Homeless Person?



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Why Do People Get Scared When They See A Homeless Person?

Why Do People Get Scared When They See A Homeless Person?

Homeless Person

Do you know that they are some people that get scared when they see homeless in the streets? Seeing them causes them some kind of fear.

It could be that maybe they feel guilty for not being able to help them or they are scared that someday they might turn out like them.

But whichever the reason might be, there is no need for someone to get scared of seeing someone suffer.

As you get scared, the right thing for you is to ask yourself what are my going to do with this emotion I feel.

Taking action to ensure that you stop feeling this pain is the key for you to stop feeling them.

You feeling another man’s pain and homelessness means that you are only human and you have empathy. That is how we are created. Not feeling it at all means that you there is something wrong with you emotionally.

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Ejike John is a student of human characters and behaviors, a blogger, programmer, web developer and a lover of music. All he wants to do is write and get his name out there.