nothing worse than a chat room psychiatrist . they bully other peoples ideas ,they put people down.and are so sure their right in their thinking that everyone else surely must be wrong. its very frustrating. is it just me that sees this?
Not at all. Some people just love to rant and rave about whatever frustrates them. Then, when they're called out, they lash out. But my favorites are the ones who disagree with what you say and then act as though they have some sort of expertise about you as an individual based purely on one forum comment. I'm surprised by how few people have actually approached this topic.
I agree and maybe sometimes am guilty. I do like the exchange of ideas and the data to investigate it from people in this format. Unfortunately I get sucked in sometimes and off topic with a closed individual who wants only to pick a fight. Hey I'm human and have a hard time being bullied around. But I am getting better.
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