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Passivity is a difficult thing to break. Some people will not help because they are too passive, while others refuse to help at all. The two types of passivity can be broken by changing your perspective and the way you treat others. The first type of person that won’t help out when there are many bystanders is because they’re too passive and don’t want any responsibility or worry for their actions.

This may sound like a good idea in theory but these individuals often regret it later on down the line when something goes wrong without them doing anything about it. They need to get rid of this mindset and start taking care of themselves more instead of just thinking about what’s best for everyone else around them.

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It doesn’t take much to change this mindset. The first step is admitting that you’re not willing or can’t help out, and then move on from there. The second type of person who won’t help when there are many bystanders is because they refuse to do anything at all.

This includes people who don’t want their hands dirty if it’s a bad deed as well as those with mental health issues such as depression or anxiety which makes them afraid of doing something wrong in public view. This attitude needs to be broken too but it requires more work than the previous one did since these individuals are refusing to cooperate no matter what happens around them. They need someone else – whether it be a friend, family member, or even another bystander.


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