Why do u think this is?

Alright, so u know when someone loses a loved one of has some other misfortune befall on them others will say "I will pray for you" of "they're in a better place"? Well I have seen some people actually get mad when people say these things. Now I get that those people don't believe in religion, of course, and that's fine, everyone should believe, and not believe, in whatever they want. What I don't get is why they get so angry over someone trying to comfort them in their own way. Why do u think that is?
 legend_of_roxas posted een jaar geleden
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Canada24 said:
Because people are assholes
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xD
Servamp posted een jaar geleden
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True and to the point.
EgoMouse posted een jaar geleden
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Thanks for saying so i didn't have to.
BlindBandit92 posted een jaar geleden
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Also this !!!!
TheLefteris24 posted een jaar geleden
EgoMouse said:
Because people tend to get offended door everything. They focus meer on the words than the motives, especially if it conflicts with their beliefs.
I've gotten through that weird religion hating phase (but I guess hate is a strong word here, just generally not liking it).
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Servamp said:
-I guess some people feel this way because if u accept sympathy, then u must acknowledge that u have a loss. So if u want to be in denial, sympathy is the last thing u want to accept.
- Sympathy can feel like pity and nobody wants to be pitied.
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^ This !!!!
TheLefteris24 posted een jaar geleden
CokeTheUmbreon said:
Some people are assholes.
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Zeppie said:
Mainly because many people choose to be offended door almost anything.

But in their defense, the only reason why I'd imagine they'd get mad at that response is because they're not in a stable place of mind, they lost someone they loved and some people get angry and hostile while they're grieving, others are meer passive and quiet.

But if they do react that way, just leave it be and give them space. Grief can change people so wait for them to handle it in their time.
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