Because your persistence in wanting to torment this message board makes you look weak and people don't like weak people.
Don't confuse determination with strength. Because if you had strength in character you would not care what others thought but obviously you seem to care a lot. So much so that you are trying to punish others for having opinions about you that have hurt your feelings so now you want retribution. However if you had any sense of self worth you would find this whole process to be a boring waste of time. But you don't because you imagine that you accomplishing some benefit to you. Some benefit that you seem to need. And it is that need that makes you weak.
I'm no psychologist but I think that most psychologist would agree 100% with what I just said. And they would agree that you are probably treatable given enough time. I recommend not seeking out group therapy because they won't have the skill to comprehend your dissolutional perception of the world and your need to try to convince others that circumstances are different than they are. Their reaction to your attempts at such manipulation will probably just reinforce your need to try to do more of the same. I recommend one on one therapy instead with someone who has the ability to dance around your attempts to manipulate the truth until he can get you to accept the artificial reality you have created for yourself and work on tearing it down. Then when you feel more humility so as to be more honest and forth right you can progress to group therapy where your new open approach to interacting with others will be met with a more positive response.
Just my opinion. Others may see it differently. Just remember. The first step to recovery is being honest with one’s self without feelings of guilt. It’s better to like yourself as an imperfect you than to try and paint a picture to others that you are better than you are. Because everyone see through this with near 100% clarity.
The first step to recovery is being honest with one’s self without feelings of guilt. It’s better to like yourself as an imperfect you than to try and paint a picture to others that you are better than you are. Because everyone sees through this with near 100% clarity.
Quite a profound statement. You should send out a bill to about half the people on these boards.