Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
While yes, I do think that it is not necessary to use other people's criticism when given rudely, I do think that is is mature and much better to simply ignore things that may have been written rudely, rather than confronting it. 99% of the big arguments on this forum are usually not because someone decided to be rude that day, but rather because whoever the reciever of the rude comments replied back with equally rude or snarky posts, thus 'feeding the fire' instead of just letting it die.
This isnt always the case ofcourse. Some arguments on here are simply because of a very ignorant OP, an OP that began as rude (not unknowledgable, mind you. There is a difference) or because of one poster trying to start arguments no matter how you ignore them. I do think that just ignoring what you can though, instead of jumping to the defensive side immediately, is very good practice. One that is very hard to master though, I know.
Everyone in your life is meant to
be in your journey, but not all of
them are meant to stay till the end.