When is abuse, abuse – and when being a snowflake?

On this meme, my cousin, sort of a liberal cause she’s one of those nerd types (I think ) – was stating the obvious fact that drug abuse stems from emotional abuse.  Well, can’t argue there – but where do we draw the line between an excuse for whining – and a real acknowledgement of abuse?

Anyway, according to the right-wing now – everyone has to man up and abuse cannot possibly exist – because it’s just a whiny excuse – being a snowflake.

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7 thoughts on “When is abuse, abuse – and when being a snowflake?”

  1. according to the right-wing now – everyone has to man up and abuse cannot possibly exist – because it’s just a whiny excuse – being a snowflake.

    These are my exact thoughts as well. I’m the complete opposite of right wing. A snowflake can be of different varieties. But, all of them have zero resilience to unpredictable outcomes.

    You know what’s the complete opposite of a snowflake – our one and only Robert 🙂 I mean he lost one of his most prized possessions, a high traffic WordPress blog. But do you see him cry about it? No, he took it up “the chin and moved on like a true badass.

    A snowflake is someone who’d go into depression if someone hacked their Facebook account. Which is like the vast majority of today’s generation.

    Non-snowflakes know how to build from scratch and are motivated enough to dismiss past defeats as yesterday’s news. They create new milestones and nothing can ever shake their self-confidence.

    1. I don’t think right-wingers are using the true word of “snowflake”. They’re basically saying anyone with a heart – except for the unborn – and in alt-right case, only the white unborn – is a pansy.

      Oh, and for Robert’s blog, he could make it high-traffic again by simply linking to the high-traffic blogs that he was linked to before. I think that would be the case.

      Hacked Facebook accounts? Need strong passwords on those!

    2. To be honest, hacking a Facebook account is quite serious! I’d me upset also. However, I think the “snowflake thing” is mostly about people who cannot take insults – people who aren’t hacked.

  2. Hey robert! great post.I’d love to contribute but there are a lot of issues with paypal can you suggest an alternative?

    1. I will give you instructions if you write to me. You fold the money in a piece of paper and no one can see it. No one has lost money yet.

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