Suppose we have the gift of being invisible and then we can witness three different scenes: in one, a couple is arguing and she says: “You are not right in the head, you are crazy”; In the other, a father says to a son: “You never do anything right, you are useless”, and in the last the owner of a factory says to his workers: “I am not interested in what you do. Think, I know exactly what I do and what I say is done here?

Apparently, they are disconnected scenes, which could have in common the effect they arouse on emotionality. But there is something else: the common thread between the three is in an aggressive communication style, which does not seek an encounter in dialogue, but rather a disagreement from a monologue.