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In many cases the situation
is affecting other and not you personally
If you are
that doing a specific thing or taking a specific action will bring you
benefits and you still find yourself doing nothing - then you are
experiencing a classic state of indifference.
The lack of motivation is not the same as being indifferent. It is possible to lack motivation when you are unaware of the importance of undertaking the task; however, awareness of the importance of the task and being unwilling to take any preventive/corrective action is an example of your indifference.Causes of Indifference
The causes of indifference can be:
Indifference is a symptom, not the cause. To change an indifference attitude, a person must identify the underlying cause(s) of the problem so the proper steps can be made in their life.
It takes actions to overcome
depression. If the cause is a
hope, it will require actions that positively demonstrate that there is
root cause of the indifference, in theory, should solve the
symptom, if not necessarily the problem.
After a new attitude has been achieved, on a daily basis it is also necessary to strive to avoid relapsing. There is no permanent cure. Sometimes it is helpful to become part of an organized support group where such feelings are discussed.
Reality and Perceived Reality
Fear, anger, disgust, disappointment,
envy, indifference, jealousy, and distrust can play a major role in how
a person perceives the reality associated with the individuals they
interact with and how they perceive their role in this interaction.
Obviously a positive or negative interaction can produce much different
results. Either way, the systemic causes that produce these conclusions
should be viewed as unreliable and likely to produce a stereotypical
miss characterization of the person and his/her peer group.
A person or peer group may be in
denial of their reality which results in indifference behavior that
favors low or no risk taking in an effort to maintain the status quo
rather than instituting efforts to participate in changes to improve
personal and interpersonal relationships.
Introduction - Modifying Skills and Habits
How Indifference Can Kill a Relationship | World of Psychology Feb. 28, 2009 ... Sometimes the killer of relationships isn't a lack of trust, a lack of communication or arguing with your significant other. It's simple indifference.
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