• There are honestly, too many to list. Some suggest that it's sociological, some suggest that it has to do with actual brain structure differences (i.e. differences in the amygdala and the frontal lobe...the areas that deal with fear and impulse control). It's also been suggested that it's biological and innate, and that in order for someone to have this 'switch' activated a serious of triggers must occur (abuse, rape, neglect, etc) in the early years. It's really a very inexact set of theories, but there are a multitude of them.

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