Monday, May 11, 2009

Emotionally Deprived & Envious Individuals

Topic of the Day: HATERS

Now for the sake of my blog this is MY interpretation of a hater: an emotionally deprived and envious individual. The urban interpretation []:

  1. A person that simply cannot be happy for another person's success. So rather than be happy they make a point of exposing a flaw in that person. Hating, the result of being a hater is not exactly jealousy. The hater doesn't really want to be the person he or she hates, rather the hater wants to knock someone else down a notch.
  2. Overused word that people like to use just because someone else expresses a dislike for a certain individual.
  3. A person who feels anger and/or jealousy for someone who has succeeded in something they have worked hard for. A being who speaks badly, and/or takes negative actions in attempt to create problems for a successful person.

And so get my point, we all understand what a hater let's talk about them. Well let me do another thing by cut and pasting the intro to my blog since I don't think a certain individual caught it... "A place that I [Sassy Jassy] have decided I will use as my personal forum to discuss whatever I feel like talking about. Right or wrong isn't my debate because we all have a different thought process and opinion. So enjoy, have fun and please don't be offended this is just my thought process and opinions =)". Ok now I think it's clear enough so let's begin.

The other day I wrote a blog on Motherhood and it was my personal experience that I wanted to share. It doesn't mean that we all go through the same situation but if you do, hey you are not alone! Now I don't want to discourage feedback or comments, please feel free to chime in if you have a different perspective or if you just don't agree, that's cool also. When I see negative comments or direct attacks to me I am actually saddened. My first thought is "Damn what did their parents to do them to make them so hateful/angry/bitter?" Then I think "Damn it must've been something really bad like...OMG were they sexually abused? (that's been a popular choice of abuse apparently), or were they neglected? or actually beaten?" There has to be something wrong when someone attacks a person and not the situation. I'm usually sympathetic to the emotionally deprived and envious individual because it's usually the fault of their parents. Here's an example of an article I found on confidence building:

If you read the article just a little you can see why I blame the parents and where my sympathy comes from. I'm hoping that now that you know better you'll do better in helping yourself but if you still haven't learned anything from my definitions or articles and you still want to be an emotionally deprived and envious individual you should check this out:

So now that you know how I feel about the subject I want you to know that you are ALWAYS welcome to HATE on!! I am entertained, humored, and motivated...Sassy Jassy is hungry and you are only feeding the Sass!!! If you want to argue, let's argue facts! If you don't like what I wrote, write something better! It's very simple, why HATE?

Til Next Time!!