How to live peacefully on the internet?Rule 1: Focus on yourself, not what others say or do.
Before you try to change the world you go and clean up your own room. If someone or something pisses you off, rather than trying to teach them, you figure out why it bothers you and see what you can do to not be bothered by it.
Only go and privately point stuff out if it's a close friend/person and you have enough trust built up to be able to resolve misunderstandings if there are any. With strangers/acquaintances, it's better to avoid those kinds of things as you 1)don't know them well enough to understand what they mean, 2)since you aren't close, it is plainly not your business, 3)you don't know what kind of person they want to be either, so you can't give them advice they need.
If being around someone makes you upset all the time, rather than raging at them, you be around them less or cut them out from your life altogether. Trust your gut when it comes to this. You like yourself when you are around people you sh
Ok, I read this. I agree with it and the owner of this journal entry is correct. I understand this journal entry is not solely directed towards me, but they are generalizing how not to act on the internet. Fair enough. However, when I rant about the situation or address the situation because that makes me frustrated or depressed. Everybody needs a relief and release, the internet is the best way to get the message across, right? Bottling up your feelings isn't healthy. I'm not trying to change the world nor trying to make people be what I want them to be. I'm always looking for a solution in the situation. A purpose in logic, reason, common sense, and the point of the problem. I really do not enjoy insulting people, personally, nor do I love making people feel that I'm better than them. But, please understand. Some people cannot be reasoned with. They are very stubborn, selfish, rude, and carry double standards. Sometimes you have to smack a fist in their face to get the message across. Some people are mean and ignorant and need a reality check. And, sometimes you have to say something or they'll keep hurting you and others. It's best to be candid than lie.
Keep in mind, some people you cannot talk to. Even if a stranger comes up and insults you in person, you will address the situation and try to make it clear that they are disrespecting you and you will not tolerate it. Sometimes you have to step up and say something because that could make them a better person. It may not, but never hurts to talk about it. I'm not saying answer to stupid people and let them piss you off. No. Try evaluating the problem before you solve it. You learn from tough love. And if you're reading this Tshuki, please don't take it the wrong way. It's not my intention to make you angry or insult you. This is just my opinion, take it as a grain of salt. No one should be disrespected and I hate those who hate. Those are the two rules I follow in my life. Even nice people have their limits. If I act adverse to someone is most likely they deserve it because they're selfish and delusional. I just have to articulate my thoughts. This is not a reprehensive entry.