Tbh I really don't get why whenever I actually stand up and point out what someone is doing is wrong, they automatically assume that I hate them.
This is kinda the reason why I previously let people step all over me, some say "It's okay to call me out", but when I DO, they act like I hate them and proceed to guilt trip me over it.
I'm seriously NOT that type of person to hate someone over mistakes. Yes, I will be sorta upset or even really mad at someone depending on what they did, but majority of the time I am a VERY forgiving person (I can do without the guilt tripping tbh because that IS something I hate. IT DOESN'T MEAN I HATE YOU)
I seriously don't know where people get these random assumptions that if they do something wrong and I point it out to them, they assume "Omg I pissed Skyler off that means she hates me now", but that's kinda becoming a stereotype on me: It's NOT true, people.
Anger and dissapointment is really not the same thing as hate. Trust me, if I HATED you, you would know. But I'm NOT gonna hate someone over mistakes they make. I actually KNOW that everyone makes mistakes . Surprising, I know. But sarcasm aside, it's true.
Just own UP TO your mistakes and I won't continue being mad at you. Don't guilt trip me in order to make me "forgive" you because all it'll do it make things worse, and please STOP assuming things with me regarding my emotions, this is why I keep things to myself majority of the time.
This can go for everyone too, not JUST me. I'm sure a lot of other people go through this as well. I deal with this quite often after I scold someone for something they did and I'm really tired of it.