In order to understand the psychology behind it, it's very important first to understand what is self concept. Because I am a psychology apprentice, this will be a.
The easily offended are, self-explanatorily, people who are easily offended. They are commonly classed as such due to how easy it is for them to get into too.
It seems that people are getting offended more easily. Another example: People seem ever more likely to take offense at being criticized.
"People seem to get offended more easily these days, why is that?" Is it true that people are more easily offended? Is it political correctness.
People who are too easily offended are seldom happy and seldom considered happy by others. Some may feel they'll never be happy for reasons that seem.
The latter are, dare we say, offended by people who get offended. she would associate the modern-day easily offended with neuroticism.
moody. adjective. likely to become unhappy or angry for no particular reason adjective. easily upset or offended by what other people say about you.
So someone got offended with your words now what? Should you immediately apologise? Or do you just ignore them? It can even get ironic.