• Do I have an anger issue?

    I don’t really have any strong emotions, ever, except anger. I don’t get stressed, I don’t feel happy, I’m never sad, but I get really angry really quickly. I start panting, I break things, I scream, I kick and punch things until I’m bleeding. I turn it off extremely easily when I’m around people and can behave... show more
    I don’t really have any strong emotions, ever, except anger. I don’t get stressed, I don’t feel happy, I’m never sad, but I get really angry really quickly. I start panting, I break things, I scream, I kick and punch things until I’m bleeding. I turn it off extremely easily when I’m around people and can behave totally normally. I’ll be in the middle of raging, I’ll just have broken my own ankle, and I hear the door open and someone walk in and I’ll behave totally normally and happily. I don’t really know what this means.
    10 answers · 10 hours ago
  • Why do people get so nervous for any interview?

    All you do is answer some questions and leave, you can say whatever you want to answer the questions.
    All you do is answer some questions and leave, you can say whatever you want to answer the questions.
    7 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Are you a daydreamer or a night dreamer?

    Best answer: a bit of both
    Best answer: a bit of both
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • Guns, any thoughts?

    Best answer: Allow guns for hunting, self-defense, and sport (e.g., target and skeet shooting). Ban all weapons of mass destruction. We already ban IEDs and explosives because they are WMDs. Time to ban ARs, bump stocks, and large magazines as well. NRA will say, but then only bad guys will have them...illegally. True. ... show more
    Best answer: Allow guns for hunting, self-defense, and sport (e.g., target and skeet shooting).

    Ban all weapons of mass destruction. We already ban IEDs and explosives because they are WMDs. Time to ban ARs, bump stocks, and large magazines as well.

    NRA will say, but then only bad guys will have them...illegally. True. But then the mere possession of those WMDs is enough to lock them away for a long time.
    16 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Do you regret anything?

    20 answers · 1 day ago
  • When I was bullied in middle school, I thought about bringing a gun to school and killing my bullies. Am I a terrible person?

    It's been years since middle school and I'm way past that point, but I can't help but feel super creepy whenever I think back to that thought. As well, whenever people say the Columbine killers were cowards who didn't have to shoot up their school just because they were bullied, I get very scared.... show more
    It's been years since middle school and I'm way past that point, but I can't help but feel super creepy whenever I think back to that thought. As well, whenever people say the Columbine killers were cowards who didn't have to shoot up their school just because they were bullied, I get very scared. Why? Because if I hadn't moved schools, I honestly wouldn't know what I would have done. It was a very awful time in my life... I'm sorry to bring this up around the time of the Florida school shooting, but this just reminded me of my awful thoughts. Blessings to you all...
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • Did my wife and I cheat ourselves because of the way that our marriage started and how it's continued to function since then?

    It's 2001. The internet is very young and the only places to meet people are Yahoo! or AOL chatrooms and internet personal ads. No social networks existed besides these. Websites were primitive and barely used anything but pictures and a sea of words.... At some point, Yahoo! launches the ability to use webcams... show more
    It's 2001. The internet is very young and the only places to meet people are Yahoo! or AOL chatrooms and internet personal ads. No social networks existed besides these. Websites were primitive and barely used anything but pictures and a sea of words.... At some point, Yahoo! launches the ability to use webcams in chat though and lots of things happen, people are now "hooking up" over the internet. Enter, us. Prior to video chatting together, my wife and I were strangers who found each other through my online personal ad. Something that today would be the same as swiping right on Tinder, only it didn't have to be mutual, she chose me. After chatting online for 4 to 6 months casually, she got a webcam and so did I. We stared at each other and "fell in love" over the web. I guess that would count as "flirting and crushing" in today's era. When we met in person, I was hopeful romantic 19 yr old and she was a dominated 20 yr old who was looking for a way out of her house. We "dated" for 3 weeks then she got what she wanted, a loyal roommate. We moved in together and basically have been together since. The crush ended and so did our "love". But we function as a good couple and have for 17 years. But this isn't normal is it? There's normally a LOT more flirting, a LOT more connection, a LOT more intimacy, and a LOT more intent, isn't there? I need to understand what was abnormal about this because my son is becoming "dating age" this summer and I need to know how to help him...
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • Am I being oversensitive?

    Best answer: Your feelings are your feelings. Your "friend' is being insensitive BUT if you haven't said that this bothers you, you are as responsible as your friend. Tell him or her that you don't want to hear about your ex.
    Best answer: Your feelings are your feelings. Your "friend' is being insensitive BUT if you haven't said that this bothers you, you are as responsible as your friend. Tell him or her that you don't want to hear about your ex.
    10 answers · 14 hours ago
  • This is why I can't deal with people anymore?

    I'm in my 30s, and my experience has boiled down to this: because I have a certain "look", people often have preconceptions of me that lead to antagonistic behavior. Basically, they scapegoat me. If I don't like something, they think I'm being "difficult". They don't respect my... show more
    I'm in my 30s, and my experience has boiled down to this: because I have a certain "look", people often have preconceptions of me that lead to antagonistic behavior. Basically, they scapegoat me. If I don't like something, they think I'm being "difficult". They don't respect my (RIGHT) to boundaries, preferences, and needs. We ALL have them, but it seems like I pay the highest price for it. I know it sounds weird, but I do believe we all have "auras", and this is mine. People either want me to be compliant (which compromises me!!!), or nothing at all. Thoughts?
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it ok to decline to shake someone's hand?

    Best answer: It is very rude. Nothing more to said about it, really.
    Best answer: It is very rude. Nothing more to said about it, really.
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • What makes a person mentally strong?

    9 answers · 18 hours ago
  • True/false. A confident person never suffers fools likely.?

    Best answer: false a self confident person copes with ALL types...the wise, the ignorant & the fools
    in similar fashion
    (in my experience ; ))
    Best answer: false a self confident person copes with ALL types...the wise, the ignorant & the fools
    in similar fashion
    (in my experience ; ))
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it normal when you've been a caring person to eventually stop?

    I don't know what happened to me. I use to be a caring person but now if the other person does not act in a similar way I feel very annoyed and like I'd prefer to take back the energy I feel was wasted on them. I did not use to be like this and wouldn't have even thought about what I got in return. I... show more
    I don't know what happened to me. I use to be a caring person but now if the other person does not act in a similar way I feel very annoyed and like I'd prefer to take back the energy I feel was wasted on them. I did not use to be like this and wouldn't have even thought about what I got in return. I think it started when I was very kind to some people and then they threatened my life and did other things that showed awful behaviour, another person manipulated money out of me and then situations kept happening were I would care about someone but they'd be evil or take advantage. Now I don't feel obliged to do anything for anyone because I feel I'll either get nothing back and feel extremely drained and tired from helping them or that they'll manipulate me or expect it 24/7 or something else. Is this a normal progressive thing with age, or something bad that I can correct? I no longer feel good helping people and getting people to pay me to do any work and not do it for free feels like getting blood out of a stone.
    24 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why am I always told that eye contact is extremely important in communication?

    Why is eye contact so important? What's the difference between someone who makes eye contact and someone who doesn't?
    Why is eye contact so important? What's the difference between someone who makes eye contact and someone who doesn't?
    8 answers · 20 hours ago
  • What is the stuff that dreams are made of?

    Everything is made of something kind stuff ... what about what we have in the mind as dreams?
    Everything is made of something kind stuff ... what about what we have in the mind as dreams?
    7 answers · 9 hours ago
  • How to be happy without being in a relationship?

    I find it hard to be happy and I feel empty if I don’t have a man in my life how can I be happy again and get out of this depressed state
    I find it hard to be happy and I feel empty if I don’t have a man in my life how can I be happy again and get out of this depressed state
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • What do you do if you can’t forgive yourself for a past mistake?

    Best answer: Feeling guilty can be very crippling and it can make you feel worthless. You say that you made the mistake when you were a child. What you did wrong is because you were immature. A child doesn't have the ability to understand the consequence of an action or even the feelings of others. It is something that... show more
    Best answer: Feeling guilty can be very crippling and it can make you feel worthless. You say that you made the mistake when you were a child. What you did wrong is because you were immature. A child doesn't have the ability to understand the consequence of an action or even the feelings of others. It is something that comes with age, that you start to understand the repricasion and effect on yourself and others. Many people do silly things when they are children. So, don't be to hard in yourself. If you can do something about it, like apologising or making it good, do that. If you are sure the person/s involved have forgotten , you may just leave it, it's very common to make mistakes, even when you grow up. We should live ....and learn. Everyone, no one excluded. Learn from your mistake and try to be a good person. I don't know if you believe in a God ? But if you do, you could talk to him and ask forgiveness and for peace of mind. What you also can do: write it down on paper . Everything you can remember, what had happened , what you did and how you feel about it now. Write until you can't think about anything anymore. Take the paper outside and put fire to it. Burn it and say, while looking at it burning : that was my past. It's over. Every time negative thoughts come up start singing a favourite song. If possible danse on it and stop yourself from dwelling on it ever again. Every morning stand in front of the mirror and three times look at yourself and say: you are a good person, I like you. After a while your brain will take in this positive thought about yourself. It will take some time but you will feel a lot better soon. All the best .
    7 answers · 20 hours ago