• Due to lack of either patience, hope or social skills.
  • people get tired and eventually get very angry because they can't resolve a problem
  • Frustration and fear are at the top of the list I'm thinking of. There are certainly all sorts of other reasons, not least of which might be 'fun'. I do believe there are some situations for which violence is a reasonable response, however. I'm not one for turning the other cheek.
  • I think it's purely down to stupidity. Violence is the option for those who can't think of a better way to resolve a situation (there ALWAYS is one.) For those who think it's "fun" - well they are clearly a bit mental (seriously... to think hurting another living creature is fun is a mental illness as far as i'm concerned)
  • Violence is a response from people when they can't do it another way. It can also make some people feel empowered. So if say you're good at your job and they aren't, then by belittling you (or smacking you one), they can feel like they are better than you (because they just beat you). It's a rather childish, immature response I find from people who can't cope.
  • they're stupid and can't think of another way to resolve the problem. So they go to psycho mood.
  • They don't know how to think.
  • Well Violence at times is justified. Say someone starts insulting you in the street or nightclub keeps walking closer towards you. What do you do- You can either run if you are able to but remember he might catch you and stilll hurt you. Also he might have other nasty Friends, He could have a knife. Rule hit fast hit first & hit to seriously maim. Or you Just let him have it: Strikes you can use Headbutting, knee to the stomach or groin, eye poking, Boxing combinations, spinning backfist, shin kicks to ribs thigh or stomach, spinning back kicks front push kicks, avoid high kicks all kicks should be low & kick full force chest level is the highest kick. Spit at his face or throw your keys book or chair at his face. kick his groin stomach or shins dont stop hitting him until he is out cold. or if you are near a table smash his face with the table or chair. I rather fight like hell than get stabbed or glassed.
  • When you can't reason with your words you do it with your fists. That's how my brother and I got into many a fight. He'd bully me and refute everything I had to say, no matter what it was, just because it came from me. So I threw down. Of course I was the one who ended up crying afterward. But that's beyond the point.
  • Some times you get better results with a kind word and a gun, then you do with just the kind word.
  • 2 Tim 3:1-5 explains that these are "the last days" and the scriptures go on to describe the type of people that will exist during this period. Included in the long list it is mentioned "For men will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, haughty, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, disloyal, having no natural affection, not open to any agreement, slanderers, without self-control, fierce, without love of goodness,". The Bible not only explains why we see so much violence today, it gives us the solution to the problem.
  • This simple 6 word question has more answers than i can imagine. people often say "you're a product of your environment" which is basically saying that depending on where you grow up, those people, experiences, moments in life will shape you for the future. some people live with far less and resort to violence for personal or mutual gain whether that be money, food, or goods in some way. others resort to violence due to duty, military servicemen, history's knights and warriors all fought for duty and honor to their superiors. there are hundreds, thousands of reasons someone could resort to violence. some other reasons may be; mental instability, child abuse that manifests to violence later on in life, tragic moments in life are often revenged with violence in some way. there are so many cases or reasons people use violence.

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