Remember how Mr. Roger's always said that it was important to tell people that they are amazing and loved just the way they are? I know it will be unpopular to criticize one of the most beloved human beings to have ever lived, but that's the one thing I couldn't agree with Mr. Roger's message.i blame the "you are special" line
special just means unique, it doesn't mean you're good
You can't tell someone is amazing without you even knowing them. And because some people really are nasty pieces of shits that do need to stop being narcissistic, treat other people like crap, being crybullies, etc.
To be fair that message isn't bad to give to little children. In a way, it's fine to tell a 12-year-old or younger, that they are loved just the way they are because a kid shouldn't have the baggage of getting to an unreachable standard beyond simply not being spoiled brats.
That being said, "you are loved just the way you are" is a horrible message to give to adults. And these grown ass adults don't seem to grasp the "you are special" message is meant for preteen children not them.
Adults are and should be, judged by what they do and admired for their accomplishments and the way they treat others, while these SJWs feel entitled to be liked or being loved "just the way they are" and considered "special" merely for existing.
The result? Emotionally stunted grown-ass adults that can't comprehend the idea of caring for other people (and no, getting offended for others to get asspats on twitter doesn't count as empathy), and actually accomplishing something through self-improvement to get admiration from others.