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I Hate Stuck Up People

I really don't hate them, but I do feel sorry for them. They are missing out on meeting persons that could possibly make a difference in their lives. The value of a person has little to do with how they look, how much money they make, or who their family is in the world. The true value of a person is in their character. We miss out on a lot of potential positivity in this world when we judge a book by the cover.
trackman11 · 61-69, M
I agree with you. One thought though.. it is possible to perceive someone as "stuck up" who may actually be shy and although some seem to have it all together, it seems likely that they have their own struggles.. by keeping people at arms length, they may be trying to avoid embarrassment. Just a thought.
Fungirlmmm · 51-55
@trackman11 could be. I had a friend like that in school. She was very pretty and guys treated her badly because of it.
trackman11 · 61-69, M
I coach college athletes and see it alot.. we perceive that someone has the life we may want or the material things or even just the popularity but those "popular" athletes share with me their struggles, fears, and anxieties and are often wearing some pretty good fitting masks.
sunrisehawk · 61-69, M
Wise words. If you can't learn and enjoy a moment with anyone, look in the mirror and see the problem.
Sapio · 46-50, M
Arrogance and conceitedness represent a wall used as a protective shield to cover and mask insecurity.
The few rich people I know you would never realize it for the most part.
ronisme1 · 61-69, M
very true- nice words of wisdom
jaymic64 · M
Yes indeed.

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