Is it wrong that I dislike almost all people?

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    Aug 01, 2012 9:23 PM GMT
    No, I'm not a "loner" exactly, but generally I have a continuous contempt for most human beings. I am a kind caring person and I also am a generally happy person too who thinks for himself, and most of the time my personality clashes with other people.

    I hate how most people seem like nothing but stupid egos who only seem to care about their own ego protection.

    I hate peoples insecurities, sensitives, hypocracies, and their general nastiness. In my own experience, if people are nice, they are generally depressing people, and the other half are just snobby pricks the second they have any reason to be happy about.

    I hate how everybody tells me I'm wrong and agree with the crowd and never think for themselves. I hate how very few people are easy going and continuously make life harder. I hate how most people don't really care about anyone but themselves.

    I hate how most people think they're better than other people and that superiority ALWAYS ruins the fun in life, ALWAYS. I often meet people who dislike me before they even get to know me, but for the most part of it, I like most people UNTIL I get to know them.

    I have contempt for those who show others contempt and cant think of one person that I actually like in my life other than my sister.

    Even now I feel a little anxiety over responses to this, I am just wondering is it healthy to think this way about people? Sorry to sound so...* fill in blank*

    Btw I like most of you realjock guys hahaha but realjock isn't real life now is it.
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    Aug 01, 2012 9:25 PM GMT
    I feel you.

    Another thing is that people are so BORING.
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    Aug 01, 2012 9:28 PM GMT
    Dj1990 saidI feel you.

    Another thing is that people are so BORING.


    Haha! I was going to add that but I thought that fell under the same category as depressing, since boredom often depresses people.

    I Love humour, but a often afraid to enjoy myself cause someone will always get all egoy and take offense to one of my joke's.
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    Aug 01, 2012 9:30 PM GMT
    You're clearly not alone in these feelings. However:

    darren222 saidgenerally I have a continuous contempt for most human beings. I am a kind caring person and I also am a generally happy person too


    I am not buying these two statements, which seem to me to be pretty much in conflict.
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    Aug 01, 2012 9:56 PM GMT
    darren222 saidNo, I'm not a "loner" exactly, but generally I have a continuous contempt for most human beings. I am a kind caring person and I also am a generally happy person too who thinks for himself, and most of the time my personality clashes with other people.

    I hate how most people seem like nothing but stupid egos who only seem to care about their own ego protection.

    I hate peoples insecurities, sensitives, hypocracies, and their general nastiness. In my own experience, if people are nice, they are generally depressing people, and the other half are just snobby pricks the second they have any reason to be happy about.

    I hate how everybody tells me I'm wrong and agree with the crowd and never think for themselves. I hate how very few people are easy going and continuously make life harder. I hate how most people don't really care about anyone but themselves.

    I hate how most people think they're better than other people and that superiority ALWAYS ruins the fun in life, ALWAYS. I often meet people who dislike me before they even get to know me, but for the most part of it, I like most people UNTIL I get to know them.

    I have contempt for those who show others contempt and cant think of one person that I actually like in my life other than my sister.

    Even now I feel a little anxiety over responses to this, I am just wondering is it healthy to think this way about people? Sorry to sound so...* fill in blank*

    Btw I like most of you realjock guys hahaha but realjock isn't real life now is it.


    Though showme notes one, there are numerous conflicting thoughts that you don't seem to be resolving & integrating and so you may want to examine some of that to explore not just your own feelings and perceptions but how you express them.

    a) you're not a loner but you don't care for most people
    b) you hold people in contempt but you are caring
    c) you're happy but seem to continually find reasons to be miserable
    d) you hate nastiness but find nice boring
    e) you think that anyone who is happy is a snob if they express their happiness
    f) you think everyone is bothering to criticize you yet they only care about themselves
    g) you like most realjock guys but then of course you don't know them

    Sounds very damned if you do, damned if you don't type of thinking. A great way to set yourself up for failure.
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    Aug 01, 2012 10:07 PM GMT
    It looks to me that the OP has an extremely low self esteem.
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    Aug 01, 2012 10:08 PM GMT
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    darren222 saidNo, I'm not a "loner" exactly, but generally I have a continuous contempt for most human beings. I am a kind caring person and I also am a generally happy person too who thinks for himself, and most of the time my personality clashes with other people.

    I hate how most people seem like nothing but stupid egos who only seem to care about their own ego protection.

    I hate peoples insecurities, sensitives, hypocracies, and their general nastiness. In my own experience, if people are nice, they are generally depressing people, and the other half are just snobby pricks the second they have any reason to be happy about.

    I hate how everybody tells me I'm wrong and agree with the crowd and never think for themselves. I hate how very few people are easy going and continuously make life harder. I hate how most people don't really care about anyone but themselves.

    I hate how most people think they're better than other people and that superiority ALWAYS ruins the fun in life, ALWAYS. I often meet people who dislike me before they even get to know me, but for the most part of it, I like most people UNTIL I get to know them.

    I have contempt for those who show others contempt and cant think of one person that I actually like in my life other than my sister.

    Even now I feel a little anxiety over responses to this, I am just wondering is it healthy to think this way about people? Sorry to sound so...* fill in blank*

    Btw I like most of you realjock guys hahaha but realjock isn't real life now is it.


    Though showme notes one, there are numerous conflicting thoughts that you don't seem to be resolving & integrating and so you may want to examine some of that to explore not just your own feelings and perceptions but how you express them.

    a) you're not a loner but you don't care for most people
    b) you hold people in contempt but you are caring
    c) you're happy but seem to continually find reasons to be miserable
    d) you hate nastiness but find nice boring
    e) you think that anyone who is happy is a snob if they express their happiness
    f) you think everyone is bothering to criticize you yet they only care about themselves
    g) you like most realjock guys but then of course you don't know them


    a) I do care about people, hence my topic, I just don't like most of them, and I wish I did.
    b) I care a'lot, but have contempt for people to shouldn't need me to care about.
    c) I am happy but people often continuously interfer with me being my happy self.
    d) I don't find nice boring, but I expect people to be nice because they want to, not because they are timid and can't get away with being pricks.
    e) Correction, people aren't snobs if they express their happiness, but usually when them have something to be happy about, they don't express it, they flaunt it, become cold and become assholes..
    f) you think everyone is bothering to criticize you yet they only care about themselves - they only care about themselves, hence they criticize others, not because they care about me, but because it makes them feel better about themselves.
    g) you like most realjock guys but then of course you don't know them - Btw I like most of you realjock guys hahaha but realjock isn't real life now is it. I think that quote explains itself.
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    Aug 01, 2012 10:09 PM GMT
    NotThatOld saidIt looks to me that the OP has an extremely low self esteem.


    probably lol 1+
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    Aug 02, 2012 1:06 AM GMT
    I would seriously recommend that you talk to your therapist about this! If you don't have one, then get one. You're 22 and bitter at that world. Don't try and say you're not because just look at what you wrote! "Is it wrong that I dislike almost all people?", that's a serious statement of bitterness and self loathing. It's not OK and it's not normal. People are socialized and interact, they find others they care about and enjoy and they don't go off into a corner alone. If they do, they usually end up like Ted Kaczynski (Google the name). Not where you want to be, go get help! Seriously.
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    Aug 02, 2012 1:06 AM GMT
    Almost all people aren't worth liking.
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    Aug 02, 2012 1:18 AM GMT
    Sounds like you want most people to be like you.Life dont work that way.
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    Aug 02, 2012 1:24 AM GMT
    darren222 saidEven now I feel a little anxiety over responses to this, I am just wondering is it healthy to think this way about people?


    I share alot of the same thoughts, or at least I did when I was younger, and no, its not healthy.

    Try to care less about what other people are doing or saying. Also, try to express yourself to people who are annoying you (tactfully) so that you arent brooding about it and getting resentful about it. Finally, re-read your original post asking the question "Am I making assumptions about the motivations of people?" for each sentence. If the answer is yes, then you can feel 100% confident that you are wrong. You cant possibly know whats going on in other people's little minds, you will never know the motivations for what other people do. Ever. Every time you assume, you will be wrong. Always.
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    Aug 02, 2012 1:25 AM GMT
    yourname2000 saidThere's knives in the drawer....remember: "down the river, not across the stream."
    i shoulde raport u 4 encouragin suicied
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    Aug 02, 2012 1:29 AM GMT
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    I used to hate everyone when I was in high school. I couldn't understand why people knowingly hurt themselves and make foolish decisions... then, one day I fell for a boy; but the feeling was mutual, and by the kindness of a good friend I realized how much of a fool I was being at the time. True Story. There are a lot traits I still dislike about people in general, but have found individuals are worth getting to know before I judge them, completely. You'd be surprised at the kinds of people you can connect with on so many different levels; that reason and morality screening simple wouldn't allow. Even annoying first time posters are on here are worth hearing... worth listening too also, if they're willing to do the same. icon_wink.gif

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    Aug 02, 2012 1:29 AM GMT
    Yes it is wrong. They can't all be that bad can they?
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    Aug 02, 2012 1:39 AM GMT
    I'd love to know what people who know you have to say about you.
    That would explain a lot.
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    Aug 02, 2012 1:56 AM GMT
    to the OP: I think a lot of people feel similarly... but hey you can't be best friends with everyone, right?
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    Aug 02, 2012 2:16 AM GMT
    I worry about you. It's not healthy to feel the way you do. There are all kinds of good people, and most of them do not feel superior, as you seem to think. I'm afraid of how your animosity could manifest itself in real life. If you hate people as much as you say you do, then you seem like you could be a danger to society. I sincerely hope you never hurt anyone. Maybe you should try to find things to admire about people and culture, and try not to focus on the things that upset you. I think it would do you wonders if you try to always treat others better than you feel they treat you, no matter what. You will be a better person for it, and hopefully gain a new perspective, as people will in turn treat you better. I believe you can be the good person you want to be.icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 02, 2012 2:23 AM GMT
    It sounds like you and the other guys who can relate to you haven't been around the "right" kind of people. It also sounds like something happened to you recently that is causing you to vent like this. Honestly, the fact is that there are some people out there who are easier to get along with than others. You're going to have to learn how to deal (have "thick skin") with people of all personalities so that it won't cause you to feel such hatred toward most people...not a healthy, practical way to live life. I know this from experience because the industry that I work in almost always attract very difficult, obnoxious, unreasonable, selfish, and "the world owes me everything" kind of people.
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    Aug 02, 2012 2:56 AM GMT
    Happiness with others comes from within.

    Nobody, not one person, asked to be born. Every one is trying to figure out the best way to make the most of life. Some become shitty human beings, some become saints. Most people become a combination of both, being that they're mortal, insecure and impressionable.

    If you look hard enough you can find dirt under everyone's fingernails. Get over it. It would take me four seconds to deconstruct and vilify you, but what would I have learned about you, and what work would I have done? Proving that there's yet another person I can generalize about? That with little effort I can dismiss the existence of yet another mouth-breathing cockroach?

    That would be cynical and shitty of me. I know I'm smarter than that. You be too.
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    Aug 02, 2012 3:02 AM GMT
    You wan't "People" to explain to you if it's wrong to dislike "People"?
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    Aug 02, 2012 3:26 AM GMT
    This thread is in serious need of some fluffy cuteness!

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    Aug 02, 2012 3:31 AM GMT
    SkittleGangsta saidThis thread is in serious need of some fluffy cuteness!



    OMGGG! ITS SO FREAKIN CUTE!!!

    But to answer the op, no its not wrong. People are mean! But most are nice icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 02, 2012 3:31 AM GMT
    MuchoMasQueMusculo saidYou are cynical and ....well....your words....


    See, you never learned the difference between a skeptic (like, I'm skeptical of all of the woo-woo bullshit you believe in) and a cynic (like, I think you're retarded and you'll never evolve past believing in woo-woo bullshit).

    For the record, I don't think you're retarded, and I predict that within a decade you'll toss most of that crap aside for a more rational existence. I can already see in some of your posts that you're on your way. Keep up the good work, and I look forward to knowing the new rational you.