Not exactly sure what to call this, but I'll try to be as detailed as possible. This seems to be something that started after a very small incident occurred during my junior year (2010 - 2011) at the high school here. It was around the beginning of the school year, I believe, and sometime in that period, I sent a friend request to one of my newly made friends -- we'll call him by the first letter of his name, which is C -- on Facebook. Sometime later, he posted something on Facebook with bad grammar (e.g., if I was instead of if I were), and, as a joke, I decided to post a comment correcting his grammar. A while later, I noticed there was a supposed "Unfriend Day" on Facebook, in which you remove someone from your contacts, and I happened to notice it. So, the next time I saw him in my Junior English class, I asked about it, and he said it was due to that grammar comment, to which I responded that it was a joke, but he said it didn't seem like a joke, and ever since, his whole attitude towards me changed. I'm not sure if it was because of that incident or if it was a coincidence that his attitude changed at that time. If I talked to him, when he replied, he would sound annoyed. I mean, I'm pretty sure we're all like that sometimes when we respond to people, and I even had another friend -- we'll call him C #2 -- that was in my DigiTools class (also junior year) that responded that way sometimes and sounded annoyed, but for some reason, it didn't "affect" me like C's. As the year progressed, things got better, per se, between us, and he started sounding more pleasant. We happened to have another class together last year (2011 - 2012) when we were seniors, which was 3rd Year Spanish, and he still seemed to have that "attitude," but it didn't appear to be like junior year. There were some "bad" days, but there were also some "good" days, and as the year progressed, him, other friends, and I started having conversations and laughing it up. When we did our presentations of the research paper we had to do on a famous Hispanic artist, he gave me a really nice compliment on mine when I asked him what he thought of it. To this day, even though we don't see each other anymore, we're still friends, so I'm not exactly sure if the whole "attitude" thing was towards me or if it was just a coincidence. I mean, I'm pretty sure that for a while after the incident, it was, but... Anyway, that was just sort of the introduction to my main point of this thread. I almost always have a very hard time telling the tone of a message online. If I ask someone something somewhere, and I get a reply that's worded in just the right way, I automatically think that it's in a negative and "getting after me" way. This seems to be more on KH-V, though, because, while I'm fully active on some of my other forums just like I am here, I get into more conversations with the community here, and I get that same feeling a lot of times when responses to me are made, most notably to threads of mine in either Feedback & Assistance or Site Assistance, from anybody, not just one usergroup (Registered Users, Premium Members, Coders, Reporters, Moderators, Super Moderators, and Administrators), and so I often feel like I'm almost always getting on people's nerves here. The closest thing I can think of is anxiety, but I don't think it's that, as it's only with this one subject and nothing else. Anyway, any feedback will be highly appreciated, and thanks in advance.