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The “I just got stabbed butlook he got stabbed by 2 swords, my life ain’t so bad” mentality

by Lacalamity

This isn’t how things work in the real world here. People who claim stuff like this have no empathy and are very materialistic.

“hurr durr you got a pc and muniiiii y u complaining ?!”

Yeah, real poor people don’t have the time to struggle with themselves, they are always trying to survive and end up bottleling their emotions . They are always in need, which is sad…

But we have the chance to think about our emotions, to explore our inner self. And there is no shame to be had at all

So if some prick comes with a bullshit reply like:

“hurr durr you got a pc and muniiiii y u complaining ?!”

just say “fuck off you unemotional asshole” or “invite your money and empty business suits at your funeral then” because this kind of person can’t comprehend inner struggle because of their material way of living.

This guilt making argument should never let anyone of you guys down

peace out

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anthropophobia 8/23/2016 - 10:37 pm

Yea in a sense this is true, I also think people should get honest with themselves though. Like there is a sort of inner struggle that is self pity, and I think a lot of people feel victim to circumstances that aren’t that bad.

I feel like those disgusting “guilt” comparisons you’re talking about can be toxic, and can be extremely invalidating to your emotions. I think those arguments could be better and more constructively framed in respects to being gracious for what you’ve got. You can make the debate that poor people, while struggling in a more severe way than others have the ability to show gratitude for the smaller parts of life, while a person with “munniii and a puter.” has never gone without.

There seems to be a duality to everything. I think the only way to be certain you aren’t taking things for granted or showing a lack of gratitude is to have someone you trust to be honest with you, and at the same time you can trust yourself being honest with them, and evaluating your problems with them.

You could perhaps be expressing struggles to assholes, which is an entirely different problem.

I am trying to not assume anything, but playing devil’s advocate a bit, it would be egotistical of me to try to think I understand anything you were talking about with the vague message you left here. I know for me, I find myself lying to myself quite a bit, at least when I look back on certain circumstances and with the rationality of hindsight take an honest approach to the way I was feeling at the time.

It’s so difficult because being supportive boarders on enabling, and on the same token giving tough love boarders on insensitivity, rejection, and invalidation. Life is a personal journey, only you know the truth, but sometimes the truth is buried within layers of self deception, sometimes you’re emotions are completely valid. Ohhh the convoluted nature of emotions, suffering, and “truths”.

Lacalamity 8/24/2016 - 6:57 pm

message was: don’t let anyone torture you with false guilt making. Was kinda obvious though, but I try to make it as vague as possible, so most people can relate.

Morris 8/23/2016 - 11:49 pm

Maybe people should kill themselves before taking your advice.
(Perhaps).

Lacalamity 8/24/2016 - 2:23 am

meaning ?

anthropophobia 8/24/2016 - 2:32 pm

Morris man I was just saying it’s easy to completely ignore everything you don’t want to hear. I can sympathize with this guy because the same garbage threshold for pain arguments have been made against me.

I guess you’re right though, if you don’t like what I have to say kill yourself.

Lacalamity 8/24/2016 - 6:58 pm

wait, my advice or anto’s advice ?

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