Tuesday, May 5, 2009


99.9% Of the time people fucking enrage me.
And the sad thing is, it's normally people i know exclusively online,
I build relationships with them, platonic friendships which grow incredibly strong considering we don't know one another online.
As some of you may know I have a hard time identifying with people in real life, so i tend to turn to the internet to find people to communicate with.
Normally, I can't be bothered to care so deeply for most of my online friends (yes i care about all of my online friends but I have deeper connections with some)
Yesterday I got into an argument with a friend i care deeply for,
over something they saw as trivial but i perceived it to be quite important.
And because i chose to openly express my thoughts and feelings we are no longer friends.

Why is that?
Is it so hard for other people to accept outside thoughts and opinions?
I know even if it's something i don't agree with I still wont end a friendship just because of how the other person sees things. I mean if you were to look at my friendship with Brendon,
it's the perfect example, a lot of times our opinions clash and we end up debating them,
we view the world differently.
And that's fine, i accept his opinions even if I don't follow them,
hell sometimes it even spices up the conversation.

I don't know, I just hate to lose such a good friendship over something so trivial.
What do you guys think?

1 comment:

  1. Sadly alot of people view differing opinions, as an attack on them personally, instead of an evaluation from a different viewpoint.