When: January 3rd
Where: United States
Today should give people an opportunity to put a little more thought behind their actions and understand the implications of making fun of somebody. This could be a great day to stand up for someone that is be humiliated for example, because we have all been there and have felt the this type of pain.
One of the most humiliating losses in the history of the National Hockey League happened in 1944 when the Detroit Red Wings defeated the New York Rangers 15-0.
Technically,humiliation is described as an unpleasant reaction thats brought on by feeling your public image has been reduced or belittled. It's the absence of pride and self worth. We have all suffered bullying to some degree as youths and often there are lasting effects that carry on into adulthood from continued abuse or humiliation by ones peers. People that are able to grow thicker skin as they say, can actually benefit from humiliation by learning from the event and elevating their courage levels as a result. Not all people emerge from humiliating situations as strong, for example some people that suffer from severe humiliation experience eventual major depression that if left unchecked can even lead to more dangerous behavior and suicidal thoughts. If the humiliation event is severe enough, a person could even experience they same type of post-traumatic stress disorders experienced by veterans of war.