Hwayeon annoyed me before, but now I genuinely dislike her. I've met people like her before, and all of them were the literal definition of emotional vampire. I really hope MC realizes this soon and gets away from her. Honestly, having Jisoo in her life seems to be good for her, whether that's romantic or friendship. While she may have started off pursuing Jeongwon because she reminded her of an old friend, she seems to genuinely like Jeongwon as her own person now.
This manipulative bitch ticking me off, I love this so much tho?!?? I don't think i've seen such an accurate portrayal of an abusive relationship on quite some time, really makes you wanna slap a hoe <33
I love this series and if they need help with this series then I can offer it. The invite link for the discord is expired tho so I can't really reach them. I can read and understand Korean and Ive used Photoshop and illustrator before so I could help cleanup and proofread. Anyone know how to contact them?
Actually, what she's feeling is Envy, Jealousy is feeling like something you already have is under threat, whereas Envy is wanting something that you can't have.
That's an interesting distinction that I can see being useful, but I don't think those words actually are distinct that way in either dictionary definitions or usage.
I have a similar thing--I like to see a distinction between ethics and morals, where ethics are grounded in some kind of philosophical principle, while morals are based in community standards, religious strictures and similar authority-based foundations, and may from an ethical position be completely arbitrary. Note that religious texts can contain ethical principles, like "Do unto others as you would have others do unto you". So in this scheme, for instance, disapproving of gays is a moral position, not an ethical one, since all the justifications for it ultimately come down to "God says" or "That's what the community thinks", but nobody ever advances any actual reasons why gayness is a bad thing.
I think it's a useful distinction and I think there's some basis for it in usage, but in the end I can't really defend it. Pity.
I completely agree with you on the separation of these concepts. There is also morality and spirituality. Many people also confuse these words. Sometimes morality and ethics are used interchangeably. I recommend looking at examples on this topic on https://gradesfixer.com/free-essay-examples/ethics/ where, in addition to essays, you can read summaries and research papers on ethics. When a distinction is made between the two terms, speaking of morality, they mean mainly external behavior, and by morality, a system of intrinsic motivation. For me, ethics is a discipline that studies morality and ethics, and spirituality in secular vocabulary often means a person's cultural life.