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Was i wrong for raising my voice at him?

Last year i called my dad asking for an email . He couldn't hear me due to the signal , so i kept repeating the same thing, untill i raised my voice at him . It all happened infront of my friends and they said i shouted . I just cant stop feeling guilty about it .
DunningKruger · 61-69, M
Did your dad mention it? If it wasn't a problem for him, it shouldn't be a problem for you.
DunningKruger · 61-69, M
@Bobbylvs Then there's no reason to worry about it.
Bobbylvs · 22-25, F
[@DunningKruger i feel like i gave my friends a wrong impression
DunningKruger · 61-69, M
@Bobbylvs That's a them problem, not a you problem.
smiler2012 · 56-60
{@bobbylvs] do not feel ashamed you did not do this in anger but too be understood . it is hard dealing with people like i know with my mother she has hearing aids but does not wear them as she should and it can make any conversation difficult
ArishMell · 70-79, M
I doubt rasing your voice would have made much difference if the signal was poor. It could even make things worse by distortion.
Bobbylvs · 22-25, F
@BiasForAction bottom line is he didnt hear me shouting
@Bobbylvs you didn’t answer my question
Bobbylvs · 22-25, F
Yes i was asking for opinions and its not like the answers support me
what is there to feel guilty about? you said the signal was poor
Theyitis · 36-40, M
It doesn’t sound like you did anything wrong.
It's normal to shout when a person can't hear.
If your intentions was good. Let everyone know that.
It's not like you were yelling at him because you were pissed. You raised your voice so that he could hear you. I do that all the time.

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