Do you have some someone in your life who gets mad at every little thing and constantly complains about the shortcomings of others? They have unrealistic expectations of the people in their life. These angry people think that friends and family should accommodate their bad moods, and when they don’t, they get annoyed and hold a grudge.
These folks overreact and make a mountain out of a molehill. The frustrating thing is you never know where you stand with these people, and you feel like you are walking on eggshells. Being with an angry and petty person gets tiresome quickly.
When someone is mad at you, they may become confrontational and want to have words with you. We all have our own inner struggles and issues to deal with. You may have triggered the person, but they are responsible for how they react to you.
If you are tired of their adult tantrums and want to let them know it’s time to turn the psycho down a notch, use one of our clever replies if it is safe to do so.
11 Best comebacks when someone tells you that they are mad at you
1. Before you tell me what I did wrong, you should first know that I do not care.
2. Let’s just skip the fight and go right to the make up sex.
3. I am glad you are sexy when you are angry, considering how often you are mad at me!
4. I am dizzy from riding your bipolar rollercoaster.
4. Some people create their own storms and then get upset when it rains.
5. Behind every angry woman is a man who has no idea what he did wrong.
6. You seem upset about something. Are you interested in talking about it?
7. I messed up. I’m sorry.
8. If I upset you, I can assure you that it wasn’t intentional.
9. Maybe I didn’t handle the situation well, but I did the best that I could do at that moment.
10. You know that you mean the world to me and I would never do anything to hurt you.
11. I am not sure what I did to upset you. Can you fill me in on what’s wrong?
12. I’m not interested in playing your games. Let’s be adults and move on
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Pia was tired of her friend telling her that she was mad at her
Pia was tired of her friend constantly saying “I am mad at you”. It seemed like every time they had a disagreement or misunderstanding, her friend would shut down and refuse to talk to her. Pia found it exhausting to constantly try and make amends, only to have her friend act like nothing had happened once she had cooled down.
One day, Pia decided that enough was enough. She sat down with her friend and had an honest conversation about how their constant fights were affecting their friendship. She explained that she wanted to be able to communicate openly and honestly without fear of being shut out every time they had a disagreement.
Her friend listened and got angry at hearing the feedback. They made a pact to talk things out, but Winnie went back to her moody ways. Pia finally decided that enough was enough, and the no longer wanted to have to deal with the constant stress of wondering if her friend was mad at her. She decided to give her two more chances, but if Winnie continued to be moody she planned to distance herself.
The Role of counselling and self care
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When you are dealing with someone who says they are mad at you and you find it stressful, consider getting support from a professional. Talking to a counselor is a great way to work through a challenging situation, and help you find some strategies to work through the person’s behaviour.
Better Help is a great resource where you can talk to a counselor from the comfort of your own home.
Taking care of your own needs isn’t selfish, and you will feel better in the long run.