Demoralization is actually, in a wording of warfare as well as national security, a process in psychological warfare with the aim to erode spirits among enemy combatants and/or non-combatants, to cause them to become retreat, surrender as well as defect, rather in comparison with defeating them in combat.An important precursor to successful demoralization can be an effort to not allow the target the opportunity to project their annoyances and hatred upon a standard enemy.