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There are three types of people in the world. 1 those who

There are three types of people in the world.
1 those who will use you
2 those who will abuse you
3 those who will abandon you
Most are a mix of the three.

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BellaZee's picture
Mar 16

I agree that you need to make new friends, there are good people out there.

IAmHealing's picture
Mar 17

The 3 types are everywhere

jim111's picture
Mar 17

No one has said anything about them, (The Three Types) not being anywhere or everywhere. But what I have said is, There are very good people around also. And I believe they too, are everywhere.
Ian has expressed his/her opinion. He placed it in the Anxiety, BPD and Depression groups. BPD and Depressive personalities tend to look at the down side of things. Doctors aren't even sure what causes Depression. A lack of Dopamine and Serotonin. Or a blockage of those hormones in the brain. I personally think there are many more good thoughtful people in this world than thoughtless ones. No ones perfect. And many people have a rough time getting passed their own emotional problems to see good things in others. When I'm talking to someone that has Depression or another emotional problem. I ask questions and I listen. They may complain about everything and everyone. But they'll mention how their spouse or parent or sibling or friend did this or that for them. Often not realizing the nice things that certain people do for them. They are overwhelmed by their own depressive emotions, that nice things are overlooked. And then I ask them, when was the last time THEY did something nice for THAT person. It only takes one act of kindness to kindle the fires of other kind acts.
Yes, there's a lot of thoughtless people. But there's many caring people in this world. And always looking at the down side won't help anyone find the good life has to offer.

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