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Infographic – Pack Mentality

After all the things I have been through over the past few weeks I thought I would put my sociological skills to use in analysing and evaluating the behaviours I have witnessed.  As a result I have come up with this descriptive infographic that describes the roles women take within a group situation.  My conclusion – women are fine to have as friends so long as it remains individuals, once a ‘group’ is formed pack mentality sets in and it can get very nasty (as I have experienced first hand). 

What do you think? 

Is this a fair description of the roles people take?

Have I missed any out?



Self-published author whose first book Coffee Break Companion, a collection of short stories and poems is now available on Amazon. S.L.Grigg lives in Bromsgrove with her family. Working in the NHS and enjoying reading, Pilates and travel, amongst other things when she isn't too busy writing.

4 thoughts on “Infographic – Pack Mentality

  1. Hi Sharon, I found this fascinating from a writing standpoint. I’ve been working on a mystery that features a group of archaeologists living in an abandoned farmhouse. I just picked up a bestselling archaeological mystery that read very much like mine — each character in the bestseller had a corresponding character in my book.

    Now I realize we’d both picked up on the group dynamic and incorporated it into our books. I’m still going to finish mine, and this bit of insight will be very helpful. Thank you!


    1. Thanks Debra, it is all based on living through the reality of a group situation (I was the victim) hope it helps your storyline 🙂


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