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  1. Well, do not hyperbolize and do not absolutize. I think you just had a moment in your life where you were disappointed in this or that person. As a rule, the qualities that you described do not have a logical justification and justification. That is, these qualities often occur in a state of passion. Anger, cynicism ,hypocrisy (I had all this when I was suffering from depression) – this is all that is not worthy of a reasonable person. The key word is reasonable. Consequently, I came to the conclusion that actions of emotivism should be justified only in extreme cases (danger to life, for example) Turn on your head, think rationally. Ask leading questions to yourself, specify the role of this or that aspect in life.

    P.I will add that you need to engage in introspection and mental discourse from time to time – that is, be a psychologist to yourself. That is, to question the actions of emotivism. “Was I right to yell/hit/hit that person?” “Are my actions justified?”

  2. You can not say that EVERYONE is like that, there are also good people, they can be among you. I think that you should change your environment (place of study/work/social circle/friends), maybe you need to follow courses that attract you(sports, hobbies, drawing, foreign languages-meet new people there), travel to different cities of Russia and different countries (see a different culture, other people), probably you need to read books on self-development and self-improvement, because a lot depends on ourselves (on our life attitudes/principles, our stereotypes).

  3. There are some people you want to approach, put your arm around their shoulders, look affectionately into their eyes, and ask:”Well, how do you live without brains, eh?”

    Lord, give people brains. ´┐ŻAnd some more instructions for use.

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