Why is just allowing people to walk all over you something people tell you have to deal with?
It hardly seems fair - yeah yeah i know life isn’t fair - but we got to keep our dignity, and just letting someone talk to you as if you were a stupid child who didn’t know a thing, or if by doing something minor like havin unshined shoes your pulling the walls of civilization down around you - letting someone speak to you in a demeaning way, that’s not right. Then you finally do speak up after years of hearing a person speak to people in such a way, with no consideration, after all that time, you stick up for someone when you know it isn’t fair the way they’re being gone crook on - you get in trouble as well - they’re grateful you stuck up for them but then someone else tells you they understand what you did but sometimes you just have bite your tongue and not say anything - you’d be surprised to have any tongue left after seven years. you don’t blame the person for giving you such advice but it’s sad that such advice has to be given - in a land of democracy and free speech and the right not to be verbally harassed, not to be spoken to in a demeaning way - advice like that shouldn’t be given. People have to have common courtesy for those around them - sure you have the right to be angry at times, and you might snap out at someone, but you don’t talk to evryone like they’re ignorant and foolish - sometimes the best way to get across a message is to be polite, to ask of someone politely not demand it. I do feel sorry for such people -truly, though i rant and rave against them and yes, speak abusively of them (which is wrong) - i do feel sorry for them, that they do have the happiness that makes things easier to deal with, that they should find some happiness. I feel bad that i do talk meanly of them. Just the whole thing annoys me sometimes. Maybe i wouldn’t mind so much if i was getting paid
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