Yes, it's interesting you mention this. It's amazing how some of us, me included, get frustrated at another's actions (being within non threatening terms). I have this girl at my work who for the longest time I thought was uncaring of others and her eccentricism gave her an unapologetic mannerism, or at least what I saw. Truth is, she's just happy. Sure, she can be a little unforgiving but who isn't? I'm the one with the problem. I remember the first week (1 year ago) I started working at my job and she was always asking questions that I wasn't ready for and it used to frustrate me because there was like no courtesy with her, she's so blatant, and I always feel on guard around her. Some people softly ease into stuff but she's like WHAM BAM and that frustrated me and it made for a bad first impression that still lasts today I think because we are so different. She obviously has a better coping mechanism than me because she can enjoy herself even with the adversity I've seen her through, but me on the other hand, I have a hard time with it sometimes. It's my problem. Sometimes I want people to change to accommodate my attitude and mannerisms but that ain't going to happen, so why get upset how other's act? Why can't we just accept that people are unique? We, I, whoever should just step up and stop judging others on how they seem to be and learn to appreciate their differences because it's a hell of a lot better than getting all upset about it. Even though I said these things I know I'll struggle with this my entire life. How hypercritical lol.