妒忌

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妒忌粵拼dou6 gei6),係一種情緒或者心態;當見到人哋有好嘢嗰陣,人就會有慾望想將啲好嘢據為己有,因而產生嘅一種情感與心理狀態.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]。一般妒忌畀人感受到嘅係難受嘅滋味,強烈嘅妒忌會令人第二個人。妒忌心重嘅人通常比較主動同有攻擊性,會去用好多招數令到自己攞到想要嘅嘢,所以都比較會參與暴力欺凌事件,嚴重重可能會扭曲心態,最後發癲

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妒忌響網上又叫「葡萄」,出自寓言故仔《酸葡萄》入面嘅「食唔到嘅葡萄係酸嘅」。

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