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    So many scumbags around.

    How do you stop these scumbags from making you depressed?
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    I try and think how i would rant at them if I had the courage to do so, i often come up with different versions, eg the guilt version or the sympathetic!It just lets me work through it.However, I really struggle with the same thought process so it's not completely successful but I do end up feeling temporarily empowered and righteous afterwards! Hope that helps.Thinking of all the good in the world doesn't help me as I don't see it enough to outweigh the bad when I'm down although that works for some.
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    Its always been a ****ed up place man. All we can do is move on with our lives and help the ones we cross paths with.
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    Learn how to block them out and not get to you. Scumbags will always be around. Its not how they treat you, its how you choose to deal with it
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    I agree, this world is full of some pretty disgusting people.
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    Minding business should be a mandatory skill because in business you aren't not allowed to do it yet some annoying ****s annoy get enough money from their parents or whoever then complain that you only want something from them. Common trait:left handed ness, female.
 
 
 
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