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There are people who can provide psychological criteria about our daily activities. If you work in the world that others use, it is difficult to distinguish the thin line that separates a good asserting from a banal comment. But look where, there are good reasons to read this posts of Mr. Vogel. Absolutely correct, by golly.
It's been said that, if you want a healthy marriage, you have to say five kind things for every unkind thing. It is in our nature to gloss over and ignore kind words, but to really fixate on and get affected by unkind ones. This is why Facebook will never have a Don't Like button. If you see "Joe likes your post," well, fine. If the average online denizen see "Joe doesn't like this," he or she will probably freak out.

Via Mr Jeff Vogel
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