For whatever reason. Be it for something petty like a dislike on social media or something as drastic as a murdered loved one.
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I voted yes, but it would depend on what the revenge is and why you want revenge. Also I think it's more ok and normal if you simply had the opportunity to get revenge, instead of *purposely* get out of your way to get it.
I'll give you this hypothetical examples:
1-Acceptable revenge: someone doesn't help you in a exam. Next time, they are the ones who need your help and you don't help them as a revenge.
2-Another "ok" revenge: Someone is offensive to you. After some time, they need your help for a school work or something. You don't help them.
1-Unhealthy revenge: someone didn't help you during an exam. As a revenge you'll make everything you can so they'll lose all of their friends and girlfriend. (you're getting out of your way just to see them suffer)
2-Unhealthy revenge: Someone kills your family, you kill their family too.
(just because it's a revenge, doesn't mean it's ok).
3-Unhealthy revenge: someone doesn't like you back in the same way. You will spread very bad lies about them.
(stupid reason to get revenge).
I mean, I don't think revenge is healthy anyways. But I think is way worse if you get out of your way to get it. If we forget about movie characters and stuff, it kinda scares me if someone purposely gets out of their way just to get revenge. If that's the case, it's shows that you own too much hate and anger inside you, to the point of wishing bad to others and not living your life until seeing them suffer. That also shows agressivity. And there's nothing good about someone who focus so much on bad feelings, right?1
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