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    Is it shallow? Symptom of something wrong? Or normal?
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    (Original post by Chillaxer)
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    Is it shallow? Symptom of something wrong? Or normal?
    I don't mean to be rude but I honestly have no idea what you're asking. :indiff:
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    I think the medical definition of this is '*****iness'.


    You have 2 weeks to live.
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    My best friend regularly hangs out with the only two people in the whole world that I have a severe dislike for.

    You pretty much have to get over it. Why does it matter if your friends have other friends?
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    (Original post by kexy)
    I don't mean to be rude but I honestly have no idea what you're asking. :indiff:
    You got a conflct with someone. You feel warm or validated when other people also dislike said person or take your side. Sad, shallow, or normal?
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    You'll grow out of it. You'll also grow out of calling people you don't particularly like 'enemies' - who does that!?
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    (Original post by Ilora-Danon)
    You'll grow out of it. You'll also grow out of calling people you don't particularly like 'enemies' - who does that!?
    Hahaha - that's totally true, now you mention it. Enemies are for war-films and five year olds.
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    (Original post by chevman)
    This is a common indication of immaturity and shallowness.Its true you gotta get over it.
    Why exactly?
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    (Original post by Chillaxer)
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    Is it shallow? Symptom of something wrong? Or normal?
    as you grow, a person should have more mature attitudes to people they claim to dislike.
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    (Original post by chevman)
    Your need for other people's validation of your sentiments.
    why?

    my opinions are my own, and I only test them against reality. all healthy people do this.

    i'm confident enough to stand by my own opinions, without needing others to validate them.
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    If you dislike someone, it's normal to feel good when someone else dislikes them too. You eventually realise that other people disliking that person has no bearing on your life. Also, 'enemy' is a strong word to use.
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    Erm, I don't think I've ever had an 'enemy' but if I dislike someone it's always good when someone else does too, as it confirms that you're not being unreasonable. Plus you can ***** about them which is fun
 
 
 
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