I've learned that you must create boundaries
for how you treat others and most importantly for yourself so that you'll likely not 'get fed up' and need to withdraw to retreive your happiness or peace of mind. It's not that you aren't a genuinely nice person for being dismissive and perceived
rude to others for being so, it's that you are respecting your own self worth
because you have a right in not being attacked
if wrongly done against you. It pays to try to understand the POV of another if they are being rude to you, but if you cannot reason with them or feel comfortable to ask as they may not deserve it, then it's okay to just let it go
. Don't be nice and waste your positive energy on someone who'll likely just continue to drain you of it. Be happy that you were conscientious enough to be nice unconditionally, conscientious enough to be nice enough to stop them
from assaulting you (by w/e means), and conscientious in respecting yourself for being a human being just trying to co-exist in a world with a lot of misunderstood, continously beaten and beating individuals who don't know how to rid themselves of their own abused self-worth from others as well as from themselves.