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    And what if a person is not hurt by anything you say ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    No; anger is an emotion I don't really experience, and I can't relate to 'getting back' at people.

    I also can't think of the last time I was hurt. Yes, I might be upset or bothered by someone's decision and how it impacts me, but that's their prerogative.

    (I'm being serious.)

    Maybe I've got a glitch in my brain paths and I don't get angry when I 'should' get angry. *shrug* I'm not a pushover, and if something is bothering me I need to discuss it with the person; however, I don't even want to do any discussing until I've really thought about it and can approach it in a calm manner..you know, so as to have an actual discussion.
    You know, most stuff doesnt get to me either, I have a few triggers though which is what I am mostly honing in on. 99% of the time I am pretty serene and it would take a lot to get me to react, but some feelings have that effect.

    Betryal is one of those triggers. If I sense that I am being betrayed I will go above and beyond in the situation to jigger it in such a way that the offending parties will come out completely obliterated in some way.
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    I view showing anger as showing my weakness. I don't want people to know how much they've hurt me usually. Don't want to give them the satisfaction. Even when I've let myselF go and spewed my anger, I've always held something back. And even then, I felt like a fool afterwards. I'm sure as a kid I wasn't as guarded and restrained though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    And what if a person is not hurt by anything you say ?
    Some people arent, fucking NT's that's usually when I would find a way to deny them something they really wanted. A job promotion, relationship with someone else, whatever. We hit what hurts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mockingbird View Post
    I view showing anger as showing my weakness. I don't want people to know how much they've hurt me usually. Don't want to give them the satisfaction. Even when I've let myselF go and spewed my anger, I've always held something back. And even then, I felt like a fool afterwards. I'm sure as a kid I wasn't as guarded and restrained though.
    I understand what you mean. The majority of the time I hide all my emotions from people so I can more effortless navigate through them... but once and a while someone will find a way to throw that switch and everything I am and am not seems to change, theres a definite dark side.
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    @ Billy- Know what you mean by a dark side. That's why it's so helpful to have a confidant who isn't shocked and judgemental about your negative feelings.
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    I know it's very immature of me, but I always want to get back at people. I'm five years older than my brother and he says stupid things all the time. Later on I find myself wanting badly to throw him down the stairs. I hope I wasn't that annoying when i was 15..

    When My father acts like an idiot I steal random things in his room that he'll eventually need. Like screwdrivers or all the pens i can find or I replace the batteries in his remote with dead ones. Or i take his good lightbulbs and put in dead ones.

    I can't believe I'm saying this right now because it makes me sound like a crazy person, but I do understand what it's like to want to get back at people.

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    Its odd, I think I have a really harsh tit for tat thing in my head, its been there since I was a child, this decree of what "fairness" means. And I always believed in giving it as good as I got it. I always said if you are good to me, I will be good to you, if you are unhanded with me, I will take you down. I can totally see myself replacing good batteries with dead ones, just for a sense of fairness if like my brother pissed me off, he caused me 22.1% annoyance, on par with *calculating* replace his remotes batteries, even again.

    Heh its so immature but how do you exist with people if you cant vent on them properly because theyre too stupid to understand that they are clumsy ogres with other peoples feelings.
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    Oh Gosh I want to do this so badly when somebody has hurt me. With me, right is right and wrong is wrong...so I am infuriated when somebody intentionally hurts me. But I don't really do anything back. I try to be the bigger person and end up acting overly nice. I come across as almost too calm and controlled...when inside I am sooo ANGRY. I experience this a lot with my mother...I so desperately want to put her down when she puts me down...but I just can't do it, I really can't express my anger. Damn you type one enneagram! And being a big softie of an INFJ doesn't help that much either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly View Post
    Oh Gosh I want to do this so badly when somebody has hurt me. With me, right is right and wrong is wrong...so I am infuriated when somebody intentionally hurts me. But I don't really do anything back. I try to be the bigger person and end up acting overly nice. I come across as almost too calm and controlled...when inside I am sooo ANGRY. I experience this a lot with my mother...I so desperately want to put her down when she puts me down...but I just can't do it, I really can't express my anger. Damn you type one enneagram! And being a big softie of an INFJ doesn't help that much either.
    hahahaaaa ditto for the most part.
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