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  1. Thanks. Do people usually go through this kind of deal and maybe I'm just more sensitive to it?
  2. So the past six times that I've called my cousin he has not answered. I don't think I did anything to make him mad with me. I've texted him and asked him if he's mad with me and he says he's not. Yet he still doesn't answer the phone for me. How would you guys handle this?
  3. So ive been working with this customer for about six months and he has always been pretty nice but today he snapped at me. I had sent him an email with a question and he replies back sorta like this: "NO! And this <blah blah blah> is why!" I seem to have issues with people losing patience with me like this throughout my life. Reminds me of my dad who would basically kind of yell at me if I made a mistake and get really angry with me, telling me that I need to pay attention. Also reminds me of my mom calling me and yelling at me about a year ago after I let the dog out to go to the bathroom. The dog ran off and she yelled at me and was like "you need to f****** pay attention!!!". I can't help but feel belittled by this when people treat me like this. What should I do?
  4. I can't really think of more examples right now. I think he's just a jerk.
  5. I did but I don't think he cared.
  6. Wanted to get yalls thoughts on this. I have a coworker that I'm not sure if the way he's talking to me is appropriate or not. For example he's working on a project and I suggest something that I thought might help him and points out how it won't work and then says "don't worry about it". I'm fine with him telling me it won't work but I feel like the "don't worry about it" statement is demeaning and trying to tell me what to do. Thoughts?
  7. Wanted to get yalls opinion on this. A couple of years ago my cousin and I got into an argument and we worked it out. Had to do with the fact that I was depressed and told him but felt like he wasn't really there for me. Anyways I brought it back up a couple of months later and then ended up apologizing telling him I was in a bad mood. But then he said something like "ok but I don't want you bringing this up again" to which I replied "what? No you're not going to dictate what I can bring up or not". He ended up telling me to leave him alone. So I quit talking to him but then some time later I reached out to him and all was good. I told him I didn't really agree with him but I'll move on. Fast forward to now, a couple of years later, and Im still thinking that was wrong of him to try to dictate what I can bring up or not. Thinking I should just delete his number off my phone and not talk to him anymore. We don't really talk much anyways and I'm not really sure I like him anymore because of all of this. What do yall think? Also I wanted to point out that he said something to me like "do you realize how childish that is?" when referring to me telling him that he didn't say anything supportive when I was depressed. Thoughts? I know this is a depression forum but for me anger ties in reality deeply (anger at people) with my depression.
  8. I appreciate you trying to help but I just don't see things that way. If they don't put in any effort then they weren't a friend to begin with. Expecting them to try isn't really a high expectation. I'm just gonna forget them too.
  9. Ya I shouldn't have to tell them to contact me first. I'll just go without them as friends even if that means I now have no friends. Better to have no friends than fake friends.
  10. Sure. For example I'm mad at a few people because I'm always the one putting in the effort to contact them. They don't contact me. Also, being angry that your girlfriend left you for a friend sounds reasonable to be.
  11. Yep I've dealt with it. Rexulti helps quite a bit. You might give it a try.
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