Individual factors, such as cooperation and rivalry, have a complex influence on psychological motivation. With this, innate tendencies are explicated for construction or destruction. Through this, children may end up disliking some subjects as they have failed to create value in it or may lack a robust foundation. Ideally, socially, children may have continued unhappiness due to fear of being victims of disapproval by the teacher or classmate. This collective fear ad negated attitude in their social life has a vast influence on the learning experience and process. Social discontentment begins from the delusion that one is inferior to the other in terms of the welfare or excellence.