Then don't go to a place where you know you're going to be bullied. Stop going there. There have been people who kept making threads like that over and over, and of course it never changed anything. Sometimes, you have to adapt yourself, not making others adapt.
I am speaking to you as a veteran of many an internet battle with the worst of the worst. I started out extremely combative with anybody who disagree or believed in things I disagreed with, and I kept coming back at them until it till they broke. With each battle I got more thick skinned and opposing comments hurt less and less. I also developed defence mechanisms, played around with them and made counter remarks that would leave them with smoke coming out of their ears. With time I decided I needed to become a little nicer and try to learn from these discussions instead of just waging war against who disagreed against me. I have noticed that in the most intense internet discussions there comes a point where logical discussion comes to an end and I have made all of the logical comments I can make. When I find the only answer is to repeat myself and the intelligent discussion is over it is time to leave before the battle of insults begins. Then it is time to leave.
Highly sensitive people haven't seen a thing if they think 'online bullying' is that hurtful.
This is brute honesty, you need to suck it up and ignore the nonconstructive hates and take those attempting to be constructive into account as logically as possible. And remember, nothing you 'experience' online can come anywhere near the real problems that other people face, possibly on a daily basis.
That is a different issue altogether. For starters, it's illegal and should be immediately reported. Any site that isn't a shitpool should be on top of moderating doxing, aka sharing private information.
Hi, just avoid the trolls. Yes you may be sensitive but honestly it's not the end of the world, there are many people as sensitive as you, it's only a matter of learning to control your page and not tolerate the treatment you do not like. Telling people to stop isn't really one of them, it's a bit like bait to these people.
Block the user, hide their comments and even leave a disclaimer/rules for the types of comment you will not tolerate etc.
If they tell you to die, ignore them they just want attention and you should not bother giving it to them. However if they threaten to kill you or make you feel harassed, you could actually call the police and report the person. I'm not sure how many people do it but some actually have and it can be embarrassing for the troll/person harassing. Can't believe people do not realise this.
Yes it's the internet but people do not seem to realise that they can actually get in to trouble for what they do on the internet. And yes you can be sensitive online without being bullied! Lol.
Don't be fooled in to thinking you cannot show or be sensitive online, after all that's why there are so many beautiful artworks and poetry here. Just remember to take control and responsibility for your profile and page and the people you interact on here. And lastly do not take things to heart, focus on the things that you love most and less on the things that do not benefit you.
Come on Jesus Christ II, I personally wouldn't have time for friendships that are destructive rather than constructive either. Would you?
The bitchiness, arguments, rudeness etc. it's a waste of life, time and energy.
In the end it's really down to OP to sort this mess and decide who gets to be her friend, what sort of comments she will allow on her page whether or not she will block, hide/delete whatever and take control of her own presence online.
telling someone you love them is not bullying it is sad and pathetic if the other person doesn't feel the same way, but in no way is it bullying
women who post pics of their body here want the attention
[now if you go telling these women they are cows and ugly and poking mean nasty jokes at how they look, then yeah that is bad and needs to stop. however if you just confess your love to them... then that can be awkward for everyone involved, but its not bulling or harassment -- unless you follow it up by detailing how you shot your hot load all over their photo and know where they live )
Women are nasty pieces of shit too, that cause drama for no reason at all, and hold grudges like no tomorrow.
The internet is the internet, and it’s never going to change. You can’t interpret what someone says or how they’ll act through text. You can’t see how the other person feels on the other side. It doesn’t work like that. People act “ bigger “ on the internet because there are no real consequences.
If you dont like the internet, then real life is probably your best option.
I'm sorry to hear this and hope things get better. Sadly, this is Internet, where people can be a jerk to anyone when they want, most of times thanks to anonymity and lack of direct contact leading to detachment. While bullying isn't OK, in Internet one also has to toughen oneself up and not be affected by the words of nasty strangers you don't even meet directly. It's difficult, but doable, and I'm also trying.
I'm also pretty sensitive to words, but even though it honestly hurts I still try to mature up and pretend it didn't happen. Can you do the same?
... that said, engaging in drama is a bad thing either, you can't have anything you want. Asking people to whiteknight you is just low.
No, they're not helping. That's not the right way to have your friends helping you, as it only lead to further larger conflict. A good friend would actually correct me and help me see what's wrong with myself to improve myself (no matter how sharp they may be, and yes I have this kind of friend and I'm thankful) instead of escalating the conflict. And of course I also have friends who console me, but not be personal army. You should also look and reflect upon yourself to see how this could happen, and don't make excuses.
These "bullies" are only able to hurt you as far as you mentally allow them to. Learn to ignore and pretend they don't happen and make no fuss over things that leads to conflicts. And ultimately, as such is the vast world where everyone is not nice, learn patience, to be pacifist and to avoid conflicts.
I don't know how I am even harsh, aside of probably wall of text. But if you say so... I'll just say only you can change yourself. If you want to stay like this, then so be it, as I have no say to what you choose.
Just remember, standing up to oneself is not always in the same side with accepting one's weakness and trying to improve oneself. I have no right to tell you to improve, it has to be your own choice....