Why people feel like victims
Getting to the core of today’s social acrimony. Researchers at Tel Aviv University believe they have an answer to why victimhood is a mainstay of human psychology. Rahav Gabray and his team claim to have identified a negative personality trait in which a person will have an “enduring feeling that the self is a victim in different kinds of interpersonal relationships." In an interview with Mark Macnamara, the doctor of psychology explains her findings.