2 thoughts on “He Thought Everyone Was a Nasty Piece of Work but They Were Merely Reacting to His Nastiness

  • July 29, 2020 at 11:32 am

    Fantastic article! Sooooo true. Talk about projecting self hatred on to others.. have to pity him. This guy better change or he will die a lonely man. I have relatives who do this but after you leave and phony to your face. They drive people away once they catch on.
    I truly hope people will look inward if they “hate everyone”. Its prob themselves they hate.
    Thank you for well written article!☺

  • July 30, 2020 at 10:47 am

    I treat people well; in fact, almost too well, and I have never received a great deal of admiration, loyalty, or even positivity in return.

    I drove over 50 miles in the middle of the night in order to bring a friend some food when they were hungry. I never asked to be paid (and they didn’t offer!).
    When I loaned my car to that same friend, he actually stole it for over two weeks. That’s the thanks I got!

    Of course, if someone speaks poorly of others and is generally obnoxious, not many people will like them. That just makes sense.

    Why didn’t anyone speak up and tell Bob that he was being rude? By being silent, you’re giving him permission to continue his behavior.

    So, I really don’t think this article delves deeply enough into the subject.


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