There is a price to pay and a pain to be felt when it comes to objectification.
In this episode of The Beauty of Conflict, Susan and CrisMarie discuss how this can affect your life at work, and in your personal relationships. Objectification is the process of dehumanizing someone, and turning them into a material object, or as close as it can get. It happens with a lot of professions, especially parents and doctors, and when it comes to relationships, it’s a double-way street. Whenever a human being feels in danger, their coping mechanism often shoots straight to cutting off emotional connections and this is when they objectify other people.
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How dehumanizing it is to objectify someone.
When in role-play, the dehumanization process occurs quite fast.
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