Have you ever just hit your limit with the people around you? There's just so much bad behavior... it's no wonder why some decide to distance themselves from others, for the sake of their own sanity.

Like... what's up with people who spoil their children... and then complain that their children are spoiled? Whose fault is that, huh? Some people have no self awareness whatsoever.

That's not the only bad behavior that annoys me – or others in general. Far from it. People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor Sickman1920282736 asked the online community,

"What kind of people do you have no sympathy for?"

"People who use..."

"People who use their kids' suffering for attention."

emolata

Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy. Quite the rabbit hole to go down.

"People who start..."

"People who start drama out of boredom."

[deleted]

So toxic. Or people who are constantly complaining about problems that they created for themselves. Insufferable.

"Not to be confused..."

"People that always play the victim role. Not to be confused with people that are actually victims of something."

Atlantic_Nikita

When you meet people like that, it's best to run as fast as you can in the other direction.

"People that are so confidently incorrect..."

"People that are so confidently incorrect and refuse to hear anything that challenges their world view."

noinfo

People who refuse to be wrong are the worst. And there are so many of them out there.

"People who are incapable..."

"People who are incapable of self-reflection. Nothing is ever their fault, everyone/thing is always against them."

SquilliamFancySon95

Victim complex. There's no point talking to these people because they live in a different reality.

"People who are horrible to their children..."

"People who are horrible to their children and then cry because their children won’t show them respect."

AccomplishedTie426

These people are always so shocked when their children cut them out of their lives, as if their children didn't give them plenty of warning in advance.

"People who make fun of others..."

"People who make fun of others and cry when the same thing happens to them."

VegetableTopic

Ah yes... the good ol' "I can dish it out but I can't take it" routine. So fun.

"People who go out of their way..."

"People who go out of their way to make others feel upset, people who don't care how their actions affect others, murderers, etc."

Kharnyx808

Sadly, you might have met a person like this. Some people clearly don't live by the same rules as the people around them.

"People who say..."

"People who say they are just “brutally honest” when they are really just constantly insulting people."

j4321g4321

Don't get me started on these people. They are in endless supply.

"People who take..."

"People who take no responsibility for their choices."

1feralengineer

Or people who defend them when you call them out on it.

Shall we go on?

Nah. We do need a break from humanity at this point. Can you blame us?

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