Why in quarrels, people try to "hurt" even the closest?
Answer from: EnglishDom:
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You have to start with the fact that in quarrels, under the influence of emotion, as a rule, people begin to think at the level of small children. The strategy there is very simple (but effective, as proved by game theory both theoretically and by simulation) "You give me, I'll give you". Sensing that they've been hurt, they don't take long to decide to "to get at" opponent, often without committing their actions to any logic.
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