- Oct 20, 2010
You may have hit the nail on the head there without knowing....Indeed, but did you see any articles by psychologists commenting on their behaviour, as opposed to the sort of thing I was talking about?
And where did it lead them in this case then?
Or maybe it was quite normal for people like them, highly-educated medical professionals used to thinking quickly and logically in times of stress and who don't feel the need to "emote" openly or display their grief for the cameras?
When it comes to emotions such as grief, you don't decide whether you "feel the need" to "emote" your grief.... it's uncontrollable.
I have a belief that a sequence of events took place that night that might not necessarily match with their story.... that's my belief based on a gut feeling response to their behaviour.
It's my belief and nothing will change that.