My Dearest, Matthew

@Cynic , I don't really like being the center of attention. I'm only here to express my feelings and life experiences. I think it is more important to be polite than blunt, because kindess makes more of a positive impact. And you said it yourself, "Go make some positive changes". Now, I know I cannot change you, but I merely ask that you refrain from being blunt.

My Dearest, Matthew

@Cynic , I suppose we should both be more polite to each other then. Perhaps that would be better than going back and forth at each other like this. Or at least before it gets too out of hand.

Most people in the world lack self esteem, and I'm afraid I am one of those people. However, I am working on improving my self esteem, so I do not need you to point it out.

I did not say your advice was rubbish. I simply said it was a tad rude, and that you could have said it in a nicer way. Although "making positive changes" is good advice, you spoke too bluntly.

My Dearest, Matthew

@Cynic , If you don't have anything nice to say, then don't say anything at all. I do not mean any offense to it, but if you are meaning to offer some advice, then at least be polite about it. Keep this in mind for the future if you ever try to help people with their problems. Also, you shouldn't assume I'm not making positive changes already. We all need to rant from time to time, so spare me a moment. A simple paragraph. It's not too much to ask. I appreciate you taking the time to comment, however, even though you were a tad rude about it.