That's actually really fair. There has been a lot of ѕhit in my life that I had to go through in order to become the person I am today. I didn't think about that when I was writing out this post. Thank you for that side of the conversation!No. Personality does not change for a lot of people. They will pretend to be something they are not just just to lure in people. For instance mental abusive c*nts will always be mental abusive c*nts. Dick heads will always be dickheads. However only through certain scenarios will a person'sl personality drastically change.JustAnotherOne said:Nobody is perfect right off the bat though. Your personality is always changing, especially if you're young. Everyone goes through phases in their lives where they don't have an amazing personality- I know I have. What really needs to happen is you need to look at the parts of yourself that you really want to keep. I don't think telling someone that they have a "ѕhit personality" is the right way to go. I personally have grown to be who I am today because of my friends who told me what parts of me (like when I was gossiping or when I was being too negative) that made them uncomfortable. I now choose to give people the benefit of the doubt and look at each day positively. I have looked into myself and found the parts that were toxic for me and for others around me and decided to get rid of those qualities. It's interesting that you use the word "improved" in quotes. Is becoming a less toxic person "improving" just your personality? Or is it making you a happier person in general?Amiya said:A lot of them say something like "Just be yourself" but then, the say something like "you should improve your personality, or you have ѕhit personality"
So which one is then? Should i be myself, or should i change my personality for one that is "improved"? This normies are so retаrded that they don't realize that every advice they give, is contradictory garbage that doesn't make sense.
Side note: I'm not saying you have a toxic personality, I'm just saying that there are probably parts of your personality that are toxic to your personal happiness. Everyone has those.