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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    a lot of people confuse anger with hate, but i think anger is just sadness (discontent with something) mixed with aggression (resulting from intensified frustration) the frustration/aggression usually results from the inability (perceived or not) to resolve that which someone is discontent with. .
    Good point (bolded part). I think I meant I need the feeling of anger when I try to get rid of people who take advantage of me. I think I really never hated anybody. I think I need some negative emotions (anger) in order to do some things. I don't think I am capable of long term hatred althought if somebody would harm one of my children....I don't know.

    The thread started with a word hatred which is a bit different than a word hate. I think hatred is hate turned into long term state of hatred. I have been so far incompenent of feeling hatred. I am perfectly capable of feeling hate but I think hating somebody will consume lots of energy (too much). Hate is a strong emotion and it requires lots of energy. Hate is many times related to pain. The feeling of hurt is dealt by hiding it and feeling the hate. I think aggression is related to hate even if hating somebody doesn't mean being aggressive and being aggressive doesn't mean hating.

    I still think Uber needs hugs and to be loved because of his hatered (if he really feels that way) It also seems that Uber enjoys to provocate people and want's to be taken seriously with this business because he has totally ignored my Uber needs hugs - posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LostInNerSpace View Post
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    "Ego defense mechanisms are often used by the ego when id behavior conflicts with reality and either society's morals, norms, and taboos or the individual's expectations as a result of the internalization of these morals, norms, and taboos."
    Source: Ego (spirituality) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    To illustrate, something psychologists often say comes to mind. "When someone points the finger there are usually three pointing right back".

    Hatred of others is a projection of self-hatred. When a person says they don't like another person, what they really mean is that they don't like in that other person whatever is symbolic of their own self-hatred.

    My own metaphor for describing ego is that of firewall or forcefield. Ego is like an emotional firewall with offensive capabilities. When a person's self-esteem drops their emotional firewall (ego) rises to protect what remains of their self-esteem. While the firewall is in effect, that person will think irrationally. It can be very difficult, if at all possible, to reason with a person in this state. Hate and hostility are the weapons of the firewall.

    I've typed this out four times already. I'll write more on self-esteem later. My posts on hatred keep getting eaten by the system. I think it was some weird characters or something.
    again, i think this is confusing anger with hate.

    in this case, when "self esteem drops", a fear of inadequacy drives artificial compensation (ego) so that said person can attempt to maintain face, as well as frustration and anger (because when it real boils down to it, their ego doesnt count for anything and they still havent resolved the feeling of inadequacy) which would probably embody itself by trying to knock down the other person a few pegs, perhaps with criticism, or "i hate" phrases.

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    Not hate... not anger... more like dislike.

    We notice and dislike in others what we unconsciously dislike about ourselves.

    I don't think it's hate... afterall it's difficult to truly hate ourselves... If we do, perhaps it's more likely that we would have killed ourselves.

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    Hatred is poisonous and only clouds judgment. It compels one to act foolishly and out of haste.

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    I have disliked or dissaproved of certain behaviors I've deemed destructive but that is a thought process. It seems to me hatred is a feeling or emotion and I don't think I've ever experienced it. I do find certain behavior repulsive which might be an emotion but, since they're usually incomprehensible to me, they don't muster a feeling of hatred. I could be wrong but, in my personal view, hate is different from hatred. I think one can hate an action or result of one but hatred is directed at the person commiting the act. Perhaps that's why I haven't experienced it? Or perhaps it has to do with my viewpoint on the world which is a somewhat "naturalistic" one. I expect to see a whole gamut of behaviors and probably don't judge the person committing them enough to produce hatred.
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    Hatred is a way of survival. Positive thinking has only brought me pain. Hatred is how I survive. In a way, I live off of pure spite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Hatred is a way of survival. Positive thinking has only brought me pain. Hatred is how I survive. In a way, I live off of pure spite.
    "All humour has a foundation of truth."
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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Hatred is a way of survival. Positive thinking has only brought me pain. Hatred is how I survive. In a way, I live off of pure spite.
    Pain is the spice of life. Did you think positively for one day or a few seconds?

    You need to read Catcher and the Rye or Solitary Walker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Hatred is a way of survival. Positive thinking has only brought me pain. Hatred is how I survive. In a way, I live off of pure spite.
    What a depressing lifestyle. You don't have to be positive, but you don't have to hate. There are better ways of doing things. Pain is something to be embraced in a way. Without pain we wouldn't grow in the same way. Without pain the thrill of danger would disappear. Without pain, we might very well cease to be what makes us humans.
    - Caleb

    "I am what I need to be..."

    "Nemo me impune lacessit - No one provokes me with impunity."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lethal Sage View Post
    Pain is the spice of life. Did you think positively for one day or a few seconds?

    You need to read Catcher and the Rye or Solitary Walker.
    I thought positively for about 12 years. Then it all went to hell. If I was more pessimistic, then I would have been prepared for that douchebag.

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