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PhD - Pull her Down Syndrome

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This also extends to more than just girl on girl hate - it also exists as a form of sexism in the workplace too!
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It ties up with that whole saying about how people will encourage you and cheer you on ... so long as you're not moo successful than they are because they feel threatened, that's at the core of this PhD phenomenon
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Chicks always have some sort of tension or vibes between them
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Girls talk shit about other girls. That's just the way it is. Women see each other as competition so they need to bring others down to feel good about themselves.
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I don't understand really why some people need to pull down other people for them to feel better about themselves.
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I must agree that girls love to do this sort of competition.
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Not everyone suffers from this. lol. However, I know some people who find it normal to pull down other people just to feel better. Absolutely crazy.
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This is so common now. I am not even surprise.
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This doesn't apply to mature women. I think you can only see this happening to teenagers. For them, everything is a competition.
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If someone thinks that you are a threat to their career or love life, she is more likely to pull you down. Survival of the fittest will come into play.
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You don't need to pull down someone to look better or feel better.
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This syndrome doesn't only apply for women. Men also have this syndrome specially at work.
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Competition is everywhere. It is not healthy though if you need to bring somebody else down just to get to the top.
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You can really observe this kind of syndrome everyday. It is happening even among family members. Human beings are wired to survive so competition in normal. I just don't find it healthy if you need to pull down someone instead of playing fair and square.
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I know a lot of people with this PhD. Hahahaha! It is going on and on regardless of the gender.
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This is funny.
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Everyone has this. I do have to admit I can be like this sometimes. It's the insecurity talking. You feel inadequate if you feel threatened by someone. The competition gets to you.
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I think that it simply a result from the male gaze, which the media has based everything around until quite recently, and the notion that a woman's success depends on how desirable you are. We have grown up in this ideology, where your fellow women are competition in life. John Berger puts it perfectly when he says: “Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at.”, this will , of course create some form of competition.
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You need to pull someone down so you feel you're better than him. We all get insecure and envy people but by pulling someone down, it shows that we're unsure of who we are and that is not healthy.
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We don't need to pull someone down. Why can't we all support each other and work together? That would be so much better than hating each other just because they're successful.
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