It can be hard to understand or empathize with those who seem to act rebelliously, even though there is usually a justified cause for behavior that we deem hostile or rebellious upon investigation. Often, the reasoning behind rebellious behavior derives from trauma or hardship experienced by the individual, shaping their worldview or understanding of life. While this may be disruptive or inconvenient, it remains worthy of respect and compassion. Views may have been warped by harmful sources or inefficient use of ideology to perpetuate negativity. We must consider and attempt to understand what causes rebellious behavior rather than writing it off as causeless lousy behavior.
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