What would you rather tolerate to feel? NERVOUSNESS or HATRED?

Pasay, Philippines
March 20, 2012 9:23am CST
Nervousness and Hatred are kinds of feeling that is unavoidable because of what is happening in our situation. Both of it are negative feelings that is coming from our emotions which is not good especially to our health. But then if you were to asked what would you rather tolerate to feel if it is the nervousness or the hatred? Which is more hurtful? How could you justify that you would rather choose nervousness rather than hatred or hatred rather than nervousness?
7 responses
@jd107nette (1456)
• Philippines
20 Mar 12
awww... both are the emotions i would like to avoid as much as i could. whenever i am nervous, i yawn endlessly and feel sleepy and uneasy... whenever hatred is there, my world becomes smaller and i tend to avoid something or someone which caused me the feeling. If i would choose one, maybe, i'd pick hatred instead haha
@MoonGypsy (4613)
• United States
21 Mar 12
lol @ jd107nette! that is the spirit. nervousness makes you feel weak. it could be a real downer once you crash. but anger....anger is an energy. for some reason, it makes me feel more empowered.
@asliah (11148)
• Philippines
3 Oct 12
hi, for me, i would rather tolerate to feel is the nervous because when i am nervous it will make me over sweat that you can even see to my face and my underarms,so i really avoid this feeling,and aside from that i could forget what i should say if i will feel that.
@Micmac (9474)
22 Mar 12
I think nervousness is a reaction to fearing something. It can deprive you from accomplishing many tasks or slow you down from achieving your goals. It's can be good in the sense that when feeling nervous you might not get envolve in a dangerous situation like your conscience is telling you to beware of certain events in life and you are saved from getting into an unfortunate action. I can not go for hatred, it is a strong nasty feeling that is like abomb inside ready to explode and tear you up. Hatred can be prejudice, over blown pride, bullying, etc. Hatred can make you temperamental, cause heart attacks, or high blood pressure. I would definately take nervousness over hatred.
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
21 Mar 12
Nervousness for sure, one hundred percent no doubt. I don't think that I have gotten to the point where I would have been able to experience hatred for people. And I don't really want to get to that point ever in my life, but I sadly think that the point might in fact be coming right through eventually. Which is rather something that is rather horrifying but it is really just going to be something that could be around the pike. Of course, nervousness is something that might make the situation awkward. But it is much better to overcome and to live with. Because I have in fact overcame and lived with nervousness through a few times in my life. So there appears to be no really big problem with that. It just is really something that is going to need to be done. Hatred is something that is an all new different and potentially horrifying world to deal with.
@WakeUpKitty (8706)
• Netherlands
21 Mar 12
Being nervous is a complete different feeling as being full of hate. I think the first feeling is easier to hide with all kind of tricks, although there are plenty of people who can smell nervousness from a big distance. But you can work on it, has to do a lot with tricks, knowing many people feel that way and self esteem. Hate is different. I can be a right in some cases, a way to end something, to say STOP or pay back (which can be a way of raising someone who did something really bad to you), but it can also be feeded by envy, jealousy, for no reason at all, religion and the way you are raised. Hate can not only kill others but harm yourself a lot too. It will be hard to change if you are full of it. Also a lack of self esteem is seldom the case with people who are full of hate. And to those who are hatred: ignore, neglect, make your life beautiful and worth living each day! Hate can only effect you if you believe in it.
@MoonGypsy (4613)
• United States
21 Mar 12
i would choose hatred. i suffer from anxiety disorder among other ptsd symptoms. it's terrifying experience when i am scared. it happens often, too. i take meds to get it under control. i think i have more control over my hatred. i can hate as deeply as i love, but i have more control over that. so, i would have to got with hatred.
• Philippines
20 Mar 12
I think both of them are ridiculously something to get rid of instead of tolerated, most specially this is something that people should considered not tolerating. it's normal to be nervous, but it's more of managing the fear. hatred is a totally different emotion, it actually detroys