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4 Common Reasons Why Many Persons are Afraid of Quiet People

Many people have the assumption and perception that "quiet people are naturally toxic and harmful." This claim may not be accurate, as research has found that there are people who are naturally quiet and attractive. Quietness is a human feature or behavior that can be influenced by a variety of factors such as parental influence, family history or upbringing, personal choice, previous experience, low self-esteem, shyness, and many more.

Despite the above reasons for their quiet attitude, several people dislike being associated with them for various reasons.


In this post, we'll look at some of the reasons why quiet people are feared by the majority of people - check the list below.


1. People perceive they are hiding something dangerous or harmful to the lives of others.

Most people believe that people who keep to themselves are concealing something nasty or harmful that they don't want others to know about. This might be a hidden evil or information that could jeopardize the safety of others, so people begin to avoid them in order to avoid being harmed when the consequences come.


2. Many people believe quiet individuals have previous bad experiences.


According to studies, many people purposefully avoid those who are quiet because they believe they have a shady history or have had some sort of bad experience. Although this is true to some extent, it is not true in all circumstances.


3. People are naturally scared of the unknown.

People's innate fear of something unknown or difficult to comprehend is a widespread and instinctual feeling. Many people feel that quiet people are this way because they are hiding something unpleasant or are simply evil.


4. People feel they are into some bad or secret evil.

Many people believe that persons who belong to a secret cult or a deadly confraternity are usually quiet and reserved. They've linked this concept to anyone who appears to be silent, including a quiet priest.


Although these aforementioned ideas or points may include some truth, individual differences prevent them from being accurate. As I previously indicated, stillness can be attributed to a variety of things, including parental upbringing, personal choice, low self-esteem, shyness, and so on—and has nothing to do with being wicked.

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