Mean Comments on Forums
Bad Comments from Forums that can hurt People Emotionally
Mean Comments from Mean Hubbers
I don't post on forums, I read a few answers on the following question:
''Why are hubbers are mean?''
In regards to the question above, it got me thinking of the topic, and I decided to let my thoughts flow out here.
Certainly, there is a problem with some Hubbers if such a question has already been asked.
So far, I haven't come across these kinds of people on Hubpages.
Some Hubbers can be mean in such kind of harsh comments. I am not in that place to explain the heart feeling on these people.
However, people want to be active on Hubpages on a daily basis.
To communicate with each other, and by chatting online has become the norm.
The forums sounds the good place to start.
Do you think Hubbers are Mean?
I have realized that not having any comments from the mean hubbers can make me think differently.
Writers have their rights to comment, and are free to say what is on their minds.
If the other person on the receiving end doesn't agree, or think the hubber is mean for sharing their thoughts.
These issues can lead to cyber abuse.
What one hubber applies doesn't necessarily make every other hubber mean.
Get over it!
Don't take such thoughts to heart, and include everyone else in the issue.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.
I can also be direct in thought. If I need to but why be so sensitive to something so small?
Individuals are faced with such issues daily online.
If there are mean people here, I have no idea who they really are.
Nobody actually knows the person who comments to upset the other. When you are face to face with the person,
it can make a difference to react in your own way to solve the problem.
Forums are often the place for all sorts of conversations, and it can be hurtful or offensive. People react differently and deal with forum questions in their own way.
Once you realize that then you will know exactly what I mean.
Most forums have common issues like disrespectful comments, name calling, and lots of vulgar, but who is going to find the culprit and fix the problem?
The online forums helps many searching the web for specific topics, and if you ask a proper question you will get the answer you deserve.
When you ask the same question more than once, then you deserve what you get from the answers.
Apart from meeting the many people from all backgrounds, you don't even know how to contact them if need to.
As frustrating as that can be, you just got to let go of those nasty comments.
Emotionally, one can be affected by these harsh comments think about it. Most people are affected by forums, and the best in my opinion is to ignore it.
From what I have learned on Hubpages as my best writing site it has a friendly community. I have received only two, not so good comments and ignored it.
Most people want to get their messages across to others and mean what they say.
In many cases their opinions matters to them and to you that is the reason for forums is that right?
To be able to argue and find out a true answer is what forums do to you.
The problem begins when an individual fails to understand the meaning of forums.
Anger sets in and things get out of hand.
Depending on how one feels about the topic it can really be argumentative.
The Internet is an open place for many kinds of people. If one is not able to handle these online issues they shouldn't be here.
One has to accept the life of the Internet.
People from just about all parts of the world are connected to the Internet.
The few cases of aggression, or disapproval of comments against forums is not going to solve anything.
People agree to disagree all the time. They face up to challenges and don't sweat the small stuff.
If one is trying to be helpful in forums others can misunderstand their interpretations. It happens when someone speaks out.
The one who speaks up directly to others and who is to the point with comments can make sense of it all.
If you have faith in your words overcoming nasty comments can be easily dealt with.
Anonymous, not everyone wants to be seen or known to others online with their correct identity.
In this way the person doesn't bother about what is said to the other in forums, or in any other online activity.
It is entirely up to the individual on how they react to such responses.
Hubbers here respond gratefully to helping anyone with any questions, and have been very helpful to me.
There are the harsh kinds of people on daily forums, and want to speak out and can be cruel to be kind.
Different characters with different personalities, not everyone can be the same in their responses.
Imagine if every person had the same personalities and characters what would the world be?
To avoid the mean hubbers, if there are any, don't follow every hubber just to gain followers. Think carefully about your choices.
Believe me, I am not the Mean Hubber!
In many forums the questions, and answers are helpful and allows others to find out more about information required.
The unnecessary becomes effective when the uncalled for is the response. In your opinion it is not called for just as you have your way, they too have their own way on forums.
Bare in mind, the Internet is not a place for every personality, or character.
Talent on Hubpages is great, and many hubbers are selective about who they want to have in their circles.
You can't find pleasant people every where.
Speaking for everyone is not the answer to anyone's problems.
Certain people say things as it comes out and they can't take back their words once its out there.
How you react to forum comments changes the way you feel and think of others.
People who are ill-mannered are like that by nature, and can not be as good as you.
It is worth it if you overlook the situation, mean hubbers can be reported.
Rudeness online has been going on for a while, no matter how many rules the criticism continues to pour in.
Occasionally, negative comments can be worth thinking about, and could help you improve on your questions and answers.
Bad comments relies on what the topic is all about and sometimes about who is asking the question.
If it is an argumentative topic, surely there would be lots of aggression. The person asking the question if of a certain culture can affect some people in the forums.
For whatever the reason nasty comments are often the problem in forums.
Be positive about what you read in forums and sites shouldn't allow this sort of behavior.
It is normal to feel bad or down when you come across mean people online.
It will pass, and one day you will sit down and talk about it with laughter, or advise others to ignore these kinds of people.
Have you experienced nasty comments from Mean Hubbers?
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