I don't care what you think of me :) How's that?
I actually think it's funny when I write about abuse and people send me abusive emails.
Which proves my point: that bullies are dumb.
I actually got an email yesterday from someone saying that I am uneducated because I don't proofread my blogs.
The email had words left out, misspellings, no caps and extra words in it.
The person also wrote, that I referred to myself as "always nice."
Ummm never. I don't even believe in that word.
Also, the person who wrote the email called me "white trash."
So not only do they attack me personally, then they attack my education or lack thereof, and to top it off, they put words in my mouth.
I can't even wrap my brain around that.
So obviously they are wrong, but let's say they’re not. For argument sake, what if I am uneducated and white trash?
These emails are filled with name-calling and hate.
OK so you’re hateful. Great.
Again, I don't care.
Any individual that makes the decision to actually sit down at their computer, compose an email of hate and send it — especially when the result of such email is the exact thing that I’m being accused of — seems to be an interesting decision.
There are plenty of people who I don't agree with (or respect, for that matter). There are plenty of people that I think are not telling the truth, but I would never sit down and send them a nasty email.
Why? Because it doesn't trigger something inside me.
I just move forward with my own life. What do I care what others do? I'm only responsible for myself. And If I'm busy writing emails to others, then I'm not taking care of myself. And, if they are hate filled emails, then I'm actually taking away from the world, instead of giving back.
The best way to stand up to something you don't believe in is to do the exact opposite. The truth will always prevail when we don't allow the truth to be pulled into the cloudiness of hate.
I can only think that this formation and considered evaluation is motivated by something they see in themselves.
Psychological projection (or projection bias) is the unconscious act of denial of a person's own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are ascribed to the outside world, like the weather, the government, a tool or another person or people.
In classical psychology, projection is always seen as a defense mechanism that occurs when a person's own unacceptable or threatening feelings are repressed and then attributed to someone else.
An example of this behavior might be blaming another for self failure. The mind may avoid the discomfort of consciously admitting personal faults by keeping those feelings unconscious, and redirect their libidinal satisfaction by attaching, or "projecting," those same faults onto another.
Projection reduces anxiety by allowing the expression of the unwanted unconscious impulses or desires without letting the conscious mind recognize them.
I never knew what bothered me about hateful people before, but I get it now. It's that they're dumb.
They keep doing the same thing over and over expecting different results. They spew hate at others as a way to put them down and in doing so, they actually prove that they are themselves the ones that are hateful, all the while trying to pretend that they are not.
If you choose the path of hate then I beg of you, at least put a little effort into it. Don't be so lazy. Try to use a little sophistication.
OK so to sum it up, you can call me uneducated, call me white trash, but at least I'm not dumb.
And who cares what I say either? The bullies won't even understand this post.