I’ve been interested in psychology for as long as I remember. I’ve been interested in astrology since I was eight years old. I became interested in how people meet and mate in my late teens. I’m taking Libra stuff. One on one. I became interesting in sociology in my early thirties.
Today, all of these things have merged. I spent many hours per week contemplating these things and how they dovetail together.
For example, you have the psychology of an individual.
If a person is partnered, they’ll be influenced to some degree by the other. Synastry.
If the person is in a group, they’ll also be influenced.
It’s super interesting. For example a person may fall in with the crowd but if they have Libra, they’re more likely to move to opposite side to balance. Freaky, huh?
Aquarius is supposed to be a rebel but if they start of social movement and it grows and become mainstream; guess they have to rebel against their rebellion.
I could go on and on but what’s prompting me to write today is this question: How do people act when beaten down? I can’t answer it for you today; I trying to figure it out.
The picture? That’s my teenage self working in a bar, which is where I learned a lot of what I know! In other words, self-taught.
So what do you think? What do you do when you’re beaten down?
Is it what most people do or is it different?
If you were with someone who acted differently than your norm, would it change your behavior?
What if it’s a large group?