And would it be right to tell those people that they have stupid reasons for not liking those things? I don't think so. Because it's not stupid to them, reasons for liking things or not, are personal and you can't argue w/ that, because there cannot be an arguement when you are dealing with personal reasons unless you try to change the others persons thinking. There really can only be statements, and wether you like the other persons statement or not, is the only argument you can make. And you can tell them why you don't like it, but not that they "Don't have good reason" for their thoughts.
I was in a conversation this weekend that I have had with people alot and most really don't get on my case all that much. But this time I felt cornered, and I felt no one was letting me have my say and explain myself, they all just kind of got on my case about my opinion. I hate it when just because I am the only one in the group with a different thought and they all say that I just don't the right reason to disagree w/ them.
I always let others say anything without judgment, it's just an opinion...everyone's are so different. I like it when people say what they really feel about certain things, it shows that they take the time to think about things rather than look over them. In this situation, I felt pushed aside because the others knew more about the topic we were on. Just because one might know more about something, does not make my feelings about it wrong, no matter what.
Once again, I feel, as I did when I was younger, like I am being treated like my feelings are not as important. *sigh* what is it with people lately.....at work this lady in my department brought in a pizza, and shared it with everyone but me and our boss Mike. and I work w/ this guy John that does not like me and tries to get me fired by telling Mike that my new position was not necessary (Mike made me a new position in the dep. so I could still work there). I have always been nice to John.....what gives?