The inherent need to put others down to feel better about self?

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The inherent need to put others down to feel better about self?

Post by TruthSeeker on Tue Sep 29, 2015 10:01 pm

The inherent need to put others down to feel better about self?

I feel there are people on the lurk, trying to find spelling mistakes, trying to find opportunities to put others down.

Thats their aim, when they visit such sites - like this one, or perhaps any in their life.

They somehow feel that it makes them a better person, they have an inherent need to see others down to justify their own image in their mind.

They have nothing to contribute on their own, to society or even to a site.

They are lurking.

Such folks have very low self confidence, which they try to fulfill with such means.

I cannot raise myself, why not just put others down, so I can feel better about myself?

Thus, such people become "reactive", never "proactive" in their life. They do not do anything, they just react to others.

Its a shame, and somewhat sad.

random need to understand psychopaths,
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Re: The inherent need to put others down to feel better about self?

Post by TruthSeeker on Wed Sep 30, 2015 9:28 pm

I will bring this post out, again.... and again!

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Re: The inherent need to put others down to feel better about self?

Post by bw on Wed Sep 30, 2015 9:40 pm

aren't you putting "those who have the inherent need to put down others" down and feeling better about "self"?

how is that different?

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Post by TruthSeeker on Wed Sep 30, 2015 9:52 pm

(-: 

U hashie, eh?

Good Q, here is how it is different:

1. I am questioning the ones who have this goal of putting others down, as their only goal.

2. They never post anything of their own thoughts. Because they fear, to be judged.

3. They want to remain exclusively judgmental.

4. Their only contribution in my mind is that of a "reactive" person. Never pro-active.

5. Does not everyone do it? May be. But there are folks who live it i.e. they do NOT do anything else.


They may judge this post of mine as well. But they'll never realize that they have become incapable to express their own "self".

This is how they are different.

Hope that clarifies, G'nite O wise one,
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Post by bw on Wed Sep 30, 2015 10:17 pm

TruthSeeker wrote:(-: 

U hashie, eh?

Good Q, here is how it is different:

1. I am questioning the ones who have this goal of putting others down, as their only goal.

2. They never post anything of their own thoughts. Because they fear, to be judged.

3. They want to remain exclusively judgmental.

4. Their only contribution in my mind is that of a "reactive" person. Never pro-active.

5. Does not everyone do it? May be. But there are folks who live it i.e. they do NOT do anything else.


They may judge this post of mine as well. But they'll never realize that they have become incapable to express their own "self".

This is how they are different.

Hope that clarifies, G'nite O wise one,
TS.

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Re: The inherent need to put others down to feel better about self?

Post by goodcitizn on Thu Oct 01, 2015 11:08 am

bw wrote:
TruthSeeker wrote:(-: 

U hashie, eh?

Good Q, here is how it is different:

1. I am questioning the ones who have this goal of putting others down, as their only goal.

2. They never post anything of their own thoughts. Because they fear, to be judged.

3. They want to remain exclusively judgmental.

4. Their only contribution in my mind is that of a "reactive" person. Never pro-active.

5. Does not everyone do it? May be. But there are folks who live it i.e. they do NOT do anything else.


They may judge this post of mine as well. But they'll never realize that they have become incapable to express their own "self".

This is how they are different.

Hope that clarifies, G'nite O wise one,
TS.

hashie reads camus - not for me!

This is way too cryptic, Halcy. scratch

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Re: The inherent need to put others down to feel better about self?

Post by TruthSeeker on Thu Oct 01, 2015 8:03 pm

Oh so kind of you GC, appreciate it! :-)

Halcy.... what a pleasant surprise. She is way way too intelligent for any of us, at least for me.... hmm... 

good to see her here...somewhat of an honor... to this *#*(#$&*#$ whatever...

Dont think I can ever be good at cryptics :-)

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