Comfort Zones

Anonymous (@) 9 years, 2 months ago

This may seem like a funny comic, but it’s true for me. I found out that people get really touchy about certain attitudes they encounter, which would lead to their unconscious discomfort. I never had that, I’m either brain damaged or just don’t care about feeling comfortable all the time. Or I just tolerate a lot. I think this is actually relevant to 90% of the cases a person expects to be treated. For example, not getting any respect, because he believes he deserves any when he is his only judge. Or, appreciating someone else by something they’ve done. Usually, politeness is necessary for the respect transaction to have any meaning. Why some people ask me for my opinion and then comment on my opinion instead of continuing the conversation? What a moron! And why do people assume everyone needs their respect! People are different, and everyone hears what they want to hear anyway, so in that case, I’m confused. Another example is the reaction by some individuals when they were criticized, claiming that they don’t care about another person’s opinion – when they are being appreciated and someone agrees with them though, they start to care about it. What’s up with that? Stupid, I know.

Also, I have no idea how that will turn into a discussion.

March 4, 2013 at 3:34 pm
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