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How Do You Keep From Getting Angry at People Online?


Often times I write a post or something else and I get a response or two or three that I don't like. Often times it is because I don't feel like the other people really understand what it is I'm going through and/or the answers are over simplified solutions. Just do this or just do that, kind of thing.... Sometimes I even feel mocked by some people. I've been trying to figure out how to not let people get to me so bad. I think part of my problem is, I'm too transparent. I wear my emotions on my sleeve. I share things that are extremely important too me. Things that are already hurting me deep, which is why I wrote about it. Sometimes I feel like the readers don't respect that about my situation. Pastor Bob on youtube says that sometimes the best thing you can do for someone is just listen. As Christians I think we need to just pray more for each other and give advice less. For an example: If you give someone advice and they decide not to take it, why do you keep giving the same advice? I think that is the time to show the person respect, stop giving the advice, and just tell them that you are praying for them. And then just pray. Then you won't upset the other person, and run the risk of loosing contact. What do you think?
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accept that humans suck and that random people online don't matter.
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accept that humans suck and that random people online don't matter.
..Yes you're right, I don't matter.






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On a forum it's hard to determine if a person really cares about what you post. It's harder to spot sarcasm, perhaps you think people aren't listening but it isn't always the truth. When you post something you expect someone will answer, reading that answer is hard when you can't see the other person's face.

I have deleted my account at several forums ( not related to SA) because I got responses to threads that made me feel bad. Sometimes I would post something stupid, other users who are much smarter than me (I'm guessing at least 90% of the world's population) ridiculed me and the only thing on my mind is to get rid of the place asap.
After some time the old demon that is low self esteem in me just pops up and makes my head spin. It happens every time.
I have one comment to make. I have low self esteem. One of my teachers told me that I have the worst inferiority complex He ever seen!
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some people are just hostile by intention, overreacting, misunderstanding, misunderstood, dont have the full picture, too serious, etc etc.

the best way to deal with people that irritate you is to discard them, block them, ignore them.

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We could make an excellent duo then.
I'd get nervous if a one legged man challenges me for a sprint. In fact I'm pretty sure I'd find a way to fail to win
I'm a pretty good judge of character & I'm pretty sure the world contains bigger losers than you






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I'm a pretty good judge of character & I'm pretty sure the world contains bigger losers than you

can you judge my character?

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can you judge my character?
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Ok, you're not really someone I would associate with, very anti meat, but you dated a post op transexual so I have no choice but to like you until further notice.






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Ok, you're not really someone I would associate with, very anti meat, but you dated a post op transexual so I have no choice but to like you until further notice.

nice judgement . is dating a post op trans really such a redeeming feature? its for entirely selfish reasons. i'm just surprised you didn't say that i'm evil.


people gonna get angry with me for derailing thread. use the fine techniques already mentioned please.

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is dating a post op trans really such a redeeming feature? its for entirely selfish reasons. i'm just surprised you didn't say that i'm evil.
I don't know I just like it, It's not my place to judge what's evil.






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I guess you want a biblical advice? Can't have a spirit of offense, can't let stuff that doesn't matter get to us.

~ How can I build Your kingdom if I'm building my own
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Everyone gets angry about random stuff all the time. I guess to some degree I used to get a lot more angry at people on the internet than I do now because at some point you just have to realize that people are going to disagree with you. That's just how it is. It's OK. And if it really bothers you, put some time between yourself and them so you can cool off and do something else for awhile to get your mind off of it. You will pretty much never feel better about anything if you stay wound up all the time over some random person who said something you didn't like.

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I just get angry at real life people instead so when I come here I am free of anger
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I simply avoid certain online communities or I use the block button. In my offline life, I only open up to a small group of people. They usually just pray for me and do not judge. Certain struggles other believers will not understand unless they've been there themselves. I know who I can take my problems to and who I cannot. For example, with anxiety, I know I can go to a therapist or a Christian mentor who has a ministry that deals with anxiety. I know most Christians are not equipped or understand enough to handle this problem. I tell my trusted friends to pray and then I seek help from those who have the knowledge to treat the condition.
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I simply avoid certain online communities or I use the block button. In my offline life, I only open up to a small group of people. They usually just pray for me and do not judge. Certain struggles other believers will not understand unless they've been there themselves. I know who I can take my problems to and who I cannot. For example, with anxiety, I know I can go to a therapist or a Christian mentor who has a ministry that deals with anxiety. I know most Christians are not equipped or understand enough to handle this problem. I tell my trusted friends to pray and then I seek help from those who have the knowledge to treat the condition.
I've met a lot of people in my life, who seem to think they got the 'answers' for me. It's not my fault that the answers they give is impracticable to my living situations. They get upset when they can't change me into what they think I should be. Once they realize they can't change me then they stop being my friend.

Frankly the Churches and Counselors around here were not very good to me. Which is why I often end up talking about this stuff online. Even though I know from experience that the Internet forums aren't very good, it's my only option.
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I've met a lot of people in my life, who seem to think they got the 'answers' for me. It's not my fault that the answers they give is impracticable to my living situations. They get upset when they can't change me into what they think I should be. Once they realize they can't change me then they stop being my friend.

Frankly the Churches and Counselors around here were not very good to me. Which is why I often end up talking about this stuff online. Even though I know from experience that the Internet forums aren't very good, it's my only option.
I understand. I tried pastoral counseling twice, it was awful. I know it was helpful for some of my church friends but definitely not helpful for me. The only people who were helpful for me was a Christian lady at my church who actually had her MFT license and at another church I took an anxiety/stress workshop-support group run by a Christian man who was a Psychologist. See what other churches in your area have to offer. Try out different counselors. It's like trying to find the right doctor, some are bad, some are great.
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I understand. I tried pastoral counseling twice, it was awful. I know it was helpful for some of my church friends but definitely not helpful for me. The only people who were helpful for me was a Christian lady at my church who actually had her MFT license and at another church I took an anxiety/stress workshop-support group run by a Christian man who was a Psychologist. See what other churches in your area have to offer. Try out different counselors. It's like trying to find the right doctor, some are bad, some are great.
Some Christian people can't find a good Church. I think I'm one of the unfortunates. Even Bible teacher Steve Gregg who's been in the ministry for 50 years, said that in His travels He's met some Christians who have tried one church after another but can't find one that is any good. Before I can put my trust in a Churches Pastor I must first find a good Church. You got no idea how big of a problem this is here. Because you don't know me and my situation well enough. Was reflecting on my Church situation, and then it hit me that I've never been in a good Church. When I say "good" I mean good enough. Because no Church is perfect.

The very First Church I remember, I got picked on right in Sunday School class. They tied my shoe strings to the desk and wouldn't pay attention to the teacher.

The Second Church I tried, I attended for 20 years. Faithfully every Sunday, with the exception of a sick day here or there. In all of those years nobody tried to make friends with me. Any attempt that I tried to outreach to someone just got shrugged off.

The Third Church I tried. This one surprised me. I actually got involved with it. Made some friends for a while... But it only lasted 3 years. I trusted the Pastor and even told him some of my issues. I was anointed with oil. Unfortunately the Pastor of that Church wasn't always up an up, and the some of the people began to realize that He was shady. The Church split, some rumors got started, I lost all my friends, and after several years after that Pastor left, the place closed it's doors.

The Fourth Church I attended for 2 years. I tried to reach out some people. Tried to make some friendships. But the People and Pastor just didn't care. I ended up leaving.

The Church I am at now. I don't agree with it. It's a place to go sing and hear a message. But it's not the right place for me.
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I think God judges people actions online, because the AI Computers make the people that I encounter online used words that pick up from a previous person that tried to provoke me to write back an incoherent response for people to see. If the person wasn't successful at provoking me, they pick up another idea from my response to promote instructions for people to make my response look like I don't know the intention of my own response.


This also happened to me as a child, when I found a new baseball in the park right? my cousin took the ball away from my hand and peed all over it, and my aunt influence my cousin to continue peeing all over the ball that I found. Same goes for second grade, when my teacher influence the class to focus on my actions, then during recess my classmates told the dean that I'm bothering them and the dean force me to leave my book bag with them so I can watch them from a distance invading my personal belongings.

Overall, every grade that I was in the kids got me in big trouble, and I ended up getting left back twice for their actions.


I recall when I was a teenager going on an IRC teen website, a person told me that I was slow in my brain and used references only my teacher would know about for me. One day I brought over my friends from middle school to look at my laptop and I showed them a different chatting website, they asked me how does the person on the website knows me from the outside and that its scary the way they talk to me like they know everything about my personal life.

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