i hear you @SkinnyMe sometimes people can be insensitive… but i think socrates or aristotles (or perhaps at was Marcus Aurelius) taught something like: we live in a world with imperfect people and we have to accept that as a given and there’s nothing we can do to change that.
Also i think people have different temperaments that predispose them to act in certain ways. Idk which you are but mentally ill people are often of a melancholic temperament. Im melancholic partly and i accept the fact that atleast i am quite emotionally sensitive which isnt a bad thing. Just means i feel things more intensely including critique. (There can be a temptation to just shut everyone out)
and especially when were dealing with people who are of a choleric or sort of bold (sometimes brash) temperament it can wreak havoc ( like an iron pot associating with a clay pot necessarily the clay must be broken). I find it difficult to work with people who are too brash.
That being said perhaps i hurt people with my pride sometimes so…
anyways sorry for ramling thats my two cents and its all i have