I'm a cognitive psychology major, I know, and understandI understand you bro, and I respect that. But I have seen many facets of life(not saying you haven't), and I myself know girls(from church I.E) that would not know any signs of steroid use, or know how to talk to a guy about it. And they are much more timid, caring and proper, but not as rough and willing to take steps out of their comfort zone.
Not everyone is a head on warrior. Personally, yeah I want stuff dealt with up front, and NOW. But I have made enough mistakes, and spent enough time in leadership positions to know how important it is to understand not everyone can do what seems simple to you. Such as stage anxiety, personal fears, etc.
Since I have been forced to take countless psychology courses because I am going into Education as my career I have learned that no situation is as simple as it seems. Personal emotions bring leaders to their knees, it is a passion for the greater good that instills them with power.
Its all in the past I guess anyways bro.
I agree with you to an extent, but as a person who has to place the well being of others over their own, I have to not agree lol.
At any rate, tis all goood, no hardy feelins :dl:
thank youI stick by what I said, if she has a problem with him using steroids she should be talking to him, not coming and talking to us. The implications of what she said inferred that she was approaching the topic with a fairly close minded and negative frame of reference. I understand her concern, but she's directing it at the wrong guys.
That dude's first respond "Shut Up Bitch" was pretty daft, but then to imply that his idiocy is due to steroid use was rather ignorant. Did you neg her for her response? I highly doubt it. Her being concerned about her boyfriend wasnt the ignorance I was referring to, the insinuations of her second post was.