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Thus, prosocial "predispositional guilt" is negatively correlated with antisocial behavior and criminality, whereas "chronic guilt" is positively correlated with depression, anger, and resentfulness. See id.
I think maybe that's where some of the resentfulness about sermons comes from.
She singles natives out by race and charges that they unfairly receive special treatment, exhibit selfishness, resentfulness, laziness, behave like children, and are alcoholics.
Pittman (1986) and Tidwell (1988) pointed out that students' resistance and resentfulness toward the school community was a major variable in their decision to drop out.
While he was a largely silent figure in the first half of the play, his actions in Acts IV and V appeared to be driven less by injustice at the abuses perpetrated by Goneril and Regan upon their father than by a profound loathing for his wife and a sense of resentfulness at being cuckolded and disobeyed.
Students who want to form successful groups need to find classmates who possess the following traits/characteristics: (1) their major reason to join a study group is to learn; (2) they are responsible and will attend group meetings regularly, on time, prepared, and in the mood for work; (3) they are willing to and able to actively participate in group work [groups cannot afford to carry non-participating members; this burden causes eventual resentfulness and slower progress]; (6) and (4) they can be tolerant of others' ideas, learning styles, and conclusions drawn from group study.
The resentfulness and mistrust evident in the definition--the first entry under "metanarrative" in the popular search engine Google--illustrates that what Newman conceived as a loving gift is, in wide academic and cultural circles, presumed to be an attempt at oppression.
The unfortunately most telling example of this is his de rigueur ethic of resentfulness, an ethic that he himself so loathes in "ressentiment morality." As a perceived victim of the moral and psychological abuses of nineteenth century Euro-Germanic Christian culture, Nietzsche, unfortunately, embraced the Old Story: "I was abused; ergo, I can abuse." Thus began Nietzsche's philosophical development, which was largely shaped by this dialectic of the victim-turned-victimizer, masked as it was by the rhetoric of the apostate.
Forcing people to provide excessive labor services often caused resentfulness and rebellions.
Patients and families cannot heal in an environment of anger, resentfulness, discord, and distress.
Patients and their families cannot heal in environments of anger, resentfulness, discord, and distress.