No idea why......... but I like and approve of it.<br />
As people get older, they're more interested in telling you the right thing than they are about hurting you. If you're seeking truth, you have to concentrate on what the older person is saying rather than on how it's being said. If this older person is someone close to you and they're really talking to you in a hurtful way, you need to call this to their attention in a respectful manner, of course.
Just see it in dat Way : Little Rude Kids scream , u ask them to be silent but they keep screaminand dont listen to u and when u get enough of it you yell at them <br />
Though were not rude , nor kids and we dont scream but thats just 1 way :))))))))))))
It's not that they mean to... it's usually due to a sickness and it's beyond they're controll. Seek medical help they can stage the Alzheimers...just be patient
Thanks for BA..
i notice the trend in myself -- not that i was ever shy about saying what i think. but i try not to hurt peoples' feelings.
oh - then he may be getting alzheimer's or dementia. make sure he's getting medical help, then avoid him if you need to. don't take it personally, though. he's probably not doing it on purpose. good luck!
Not sure if that is true of all people, seems the older I get the more I weigh my words and how they may effect people.
may be they are resentful to life, and they are angry, and they get off that way. Or may be they have a beginning of dementia.
Mental crystallization, as the mind ages it forms unchanging points of view, and with cultural formative years well in the past they are unconcerned with group acceptance, something mainly focused on by the immature. Thus they feel less emotional spikes and more biased.