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Re: MAOI question for SLS undopaminergic

Posted by SLS on November 17, 2022, at 10:20:29

In reply to Re: MAOI question for SLS SLS, posted by undopaminergic on November 17, 2022, at 3:23:03

> > > Hi SLS,
> > >
> > > your anecdotes and experiences are a source of inspiration and potentially useful. However, sometimes you show too much temperament and get into arguments, and it would be nice if you could tone it down a bit.
> > >
> > > -undopaminergic

> > I am having a difficult time deciding how to respond to your judgment of my behaviors and temperament. Perhaps you can reexamine the post that you found so problematic. For the sake of developing a well-informed opinion, it would be helpful to quote the words that I reacted to with so much anger.
> >
> > I would have preferred that you keep your judgments of my behaviors and temperament to yourself in this case.
> >
> > What you wrote above leaves me feeling indignant and definitely angry. If you feel it necessary to educate the whole community about my temperament, then at least quote the words that I reacted to. They were far from being civil. Right? They appear at the top of the previous post. Please quote them.
> >
> > Thank you.
> >
> > I appreciate your wanting to protect people. Nobody likes feeling attacked.
> >
> >
> > - Scott

> First, I'm not referring to any specific post of yours, but to certain series of posts from different occasions. The incidents I have in mind is a number of arguments you've had with me, and your recent exchange with Lamdage.


Please don't police me in public. If you feel it necessary to correct my behavior, please use Babble-Mail.

I don't much care for your recounting and interpreting of my posting history in public. I suggest that you worry about your own first. I interpret your frequent unsolicited challenges of my words to be provocative - and usually wrong. You have a need to do this, for reasons I suggest you go to an exceedingly competent psychotherapist.

Did you like being spoken to that way? I know I don't. I don't really believe what I wrote. However, I thought it would help us understood one another.

Perhaps you should revisit the verbiage you used when you addressed me with your previous critique of me. It's a matter of tone - as you were so quick to criticize me for. Perhaps you should quote the words that I reacted so angrily to in your follow-up post to me. Those words appears at the top of my reactive post. That is the comment that pissed me off and left me feeling indignant and angry, especially given my generous attempts to the person who insulted me and how I sound these days. I don't need chill-pills. Out of a special sense of compassion, I felt a need to address his begging the community for help.

Again, if you feel the need to identify individual posters to make your defensive arguments, please keep it off the board.

Why didn't you quote Lamdage's uncivil comment in your description of my behavior in the first place? I find unacceptable the bias in your failure to do so. Remember, your words are out there for everyone to see. Did you consider what you wrote to be a public service announcement?

Just keep it off the board.

You and I have an uncomfortable history together, right? I can't help but to think that my assertive treatment of you over the last several years is what the true impetus is for your comments. Just a guess. I'm often wrong, though, and my attempts at mind reading have yet not born fruit.

I am still working to establish a better balance in speech that depression had previously muted. My tongue seems particularly sharp these days. I doubt I will react with such intensity the next time I am insulted by you or Lamdage. However, I wouldn't recommend that you try right now.

I'll work with God on these things. There are so many new thoughts and feelings to learn how to process and manage. I am most reactive to feelings of indignation.

I experienced indignation as the result of your suggestion to me. I am not tone-deaf.

- Scott

Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.




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