i guess we have different viewpoints on things.
i registered as a bone marrow donor last year because i really do believe in marrow/organ donation. (honestly, if you can save someone’s life or help them in any way, wouldn’t you? the pain you suffer is temporary but the impact you leave is permanent. same with donating blood, too.) that’s how i see it anyways.
there was a drive at an event today and it came up in conversation. troublemaker (ty jamie) said he wouldn’t do it for a random person or anything because it’s painful. and yes, i know it’s supposed to be very painful, but if you heal and help someone else, isn’t it worth it? the chances of someone being a match are slim, which is why these drives happen. someone needs a match and they have to go through tons of people to find one.
anyways, i guess my point is that our points of view are different or priorities, i guess. i also can’t bring up anything about prepping for next year’s big event because he just gets really fussy about it. like, learn to work with your management style and learn to be more articulate. maybe then i’ll come back to you besides when i have to.
he’s so quick to point out flaws and dislikes, but slow to express his appreciation. i think it’s more annoying than the opposite but somewhat refreshing. hearing praise all the time gets tiring, but i can see how this would be considered bad.
i guess he’s just overly picky and kind of unappreciative/ungrateful.