Reproach it is the act that consists of reproach someone . East verb , meanwhile, refers to Increase or lecture another person, recriminating something . For example: "I'm tired of your reproaches: you always have some criticism to make me", "The reproach to the visiting player for his attitude was felt throughout the stadium", "The only reproach I can make is that he didn't give me anything for my birthday".
The reproach, in short, allows put something in the face . Take the case of a heterosexual couple who turns four married. When the anniversary day arrives, the man He forgets the date and does not greet his wife. The woman, therefore, reproaches her husband, accusing him of paying more attention to his work than to his marriage.
This type of friction is very common, both in the field of couples heterosexual as in that of homosexuals, since part of the factors that attract two people to form a relationship is the set of differences of character and interests , and many times it is necessary that one of the parties be very attentive to the dates and commitments, to justify that the other is not. This responds to a balance that almost all living beings seek naturally.
While it is important to practice the tolerance , try to understand that the other person is not equal to us and that, therefore, we cannot demand that he think or act as we would if we were in his place, the most normal is that the reproach is part of a relationship, either of friendship or couple. When the differences of the other touch a point of vulnerability in our scheme, it causes us deep discomfort, a frustration, and that's why we put his attitude in his face.
Another case of reproach may occur when a player of soccer He is replaced by his coach in the middle of a match and the athlete is not satisfied with the situation. Upon leaving the field, he reproaches the change to the coach and tells him that he was in perfect condition to continue playing.
Similar to reproach in the field of relationships of friendship or couple, the previous example presents two people, each with their respective interests and with reasons to have had the attitudes they had or to have acted as they did; in this way, the reproach seems to overlook these fair and necessary differences between two people .
Under the system known as crime theory , is called reproach judgment to one assessment which is done with respect to the subject who committed a crime. An unfair fact is related to the individual who committed it: that is, the effects and damages of their illegal conduct are attributed to the person responsible, which must be punished in accordance with the provisions of the law .
To make criminal punishment possible, the person who committed the crime must have understanding that the fact that its actions are contrary to the laws. Those who do not have access to this understanding (for example, an insane person) are not punishable subjects. Through the trial of reproach, it seeks to verify knowledge about what is understood by the offender.
It is important to note that even when the subject is in terms to understand the illegal nature of its actions, there are two particular situations in which it is not possible to execute the concept of the judgment of reproach: if it did not have the possibility of acting otherwise; if he had done so he would have put his life in danger.