Why Can A Person Continue To Smile Even If He Is Being Hurt?
I have a friend who always smiles and is never angry. Always smiling in the sense of when walking, being scolded, or just chatting with others even if it’s not funny. Even walking in a crowd that not everyone recognizes. To the extent that there are other people who want to make him angry, when that person is angry at the person who is always smiling, this person is not angry back. That’s what I responded while at school. R n r nIn addition, he was also often mocked or bullied by other friends, but his mouth was still smiling. I myself feel a little sorry for him. R n r nBut I also want to know what the cause is without asking the person directly. Does such a person have psychological problems or something else? Is the character still considered human? Why does that person always act like the two things that I just said? Is the state of the house environment one of the factors? Because I myself also don’t know how it is at home, is it the same as at school (always smiling and never angry) or maybe different.
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Basically every person has a different mental maturity and has a way of adaptation and defense mechanisms against different problems. A person can be said to have a mental / psychological disorder if his emotions, behavior, and mindset cause significant disturbances in his daily life (eg being unable to work / study well, not being able to socialize properly, not being able to take care of himself properly). In the case of your friend, if the condition does not cause any disturbance in his life, then the condition will not be called a mental disorder. If your friend becomes laughing to himself without a clear cause, behave strangely until shunned by everyone, then the condition could be a sign of a mental disorder.
Frequent smiling can indicate that the person is a person who is friendly to everyone. People who smile or actually make humor when faced with certain problems (for example when bullied), can indicate that the person has a mature self defense mechanism. Personality, character, nature, behavior of a person can be formed through internal factors (genetic), as well as external factors (environment). Life experience will also shape a person's personality, character, traits, and behavior. So if you ask whether this can happen because of the environmental conditions in his home, it's possible. To find out for sure, must be asked directly to the person concerned.
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