Why Do We Accept Mass Murders?

Religion and faith play an illusionary vital role on the process towards mass killing. In the US, the rates are scalating and the same applies to the European continent. What are the factors influencing this behaviour? What patterns do they follow in order to acquire this aptitude?

“Someone that commits mass murder is generally a male that has had multiple problems for years.  He is often in his late teens through his forties.  He is marked by having the majority of the following 15 characteristics to a severe or chronic level and he also has few coping skills for everyday life stressors.  The more problems he has and the fewer the coping skills he has, the more likely it is that he will commit some type of violence in the future.  No one factor below automatically leads to violence.”-K. Seifert.
Kathryn Seifert, Ph.D.,  June, 2016, PsychologyToday

RAUL VILLAMARIN RODRIGUEZ

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IRIANS- The Neuroscience Institute

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