The internet is a funny place. As Heidi Klum says, "One day you're in and the next day you're out". It happens to most people I think, you go to a new place and even if you are super nice to everyone people will instantly hate you if you say the wrong thing, or they misinterpret your words and think you mean something that you don't. But of course rather than ask you about what you've said they will either shun you (so you won't ever know how you've offended them) or attack you on site. I highly recommend not taking the internet too seriously (which I personally find very difficult) if you can, and if you can't, then simply don't use the internet as frequently, or stick to sites that don't result in stress, such as those without forums. The internet is an attractive place, with all of the information that's available at your fingertips, but if you feel like the cons outweigh the pros then it is not worth it.
There are many other ways to spend your spare time, which in my opinion are not immensely better or worse, but are worth considering if you feel the way I feel at times. Reading is great, whether it is fiction or non fiction there are books on just about everything. Even if you don't like reading, comics and graphic novels are less work (in terms of the concentration required and the amount of text) but still have a very wide range subjects covered. Some good graphic novels are the Sandman, Bone and Walking Dead series'. TV is good for just about anything, in spite of the amount of crap on there, there is some good stuff. Drama wise I recommend Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad and most of the crime dramas (murder related) cover all sorts of lifestyles in their stories too. Comedy wise Parks and Rec, Community, Workaholics, The Simpsons, Family Guy, The League and Key and Peele are good, and even if you don't like most of what I've listed there I would be very surprised if everyone didn't like at least one of them (especially parks and rec which is just a lovely show).
Video games are crazy good for occupying time. Personally, I stick with action-adventures, RPGs and the occasional FPS. I tend to go for games with an easy setting as I am a) interested in stories primarily and b) have an easy setting because I have slow reflexes. If that sounds like you're cup of tea the games I recommend or those in the Yakuza series (PS3), Fallout:New Vegas, Tales of Vesperia or Tales of Graces F, Nier (honestly the game I have felt the most emotional about in terms of story) and Borderlands 1 & 2 are also pretty fun FPS co-op games if you have a friend to play beside. Oh, and the co-op Resident Evil games were reeeally enjoyable too.
The best one of course, if you are the kind of person that goes for such a thing, is taking up a hobby that is more physically minded. A lot of you on here have already taken up a hobby in art. If that is the case, try not to get complacent and take an analytical look at what you're doing and find ways to improve. This goes for any hobby really. Learn, learn, learn. Experiment. Take up a course if you feel comfortable in a class room environment. And if you don't like the first course you try, don't give up straight away as some teachers are better than others. If you aren't a fan of people, go with books, especially books with lessons as they will help to train you in different methods.
That last paragraph is good for most things really.
Anyway, I can talk forever. And if anyone is into learning about realistic art techniques my last journal entry is all about that.