Firstly this is not an attack on the OP, merely an opinion on their word-choice.
Maybe ‘non-submissive’ is suppose to mean non-conforming. Herd mentality, ‘get-in-line’, go with the flow, and all that. Though ‘non-submissive TSR’ seems like an oxymoron, as most TSR got there (or at least stayed there) by doing or being something different, and the Pros are suppose to be even more exceptional.
I’m not a TSR, but I’ll stick with being non-submissive to other sellers, and submit only to the rules put in place by the platform itself. (Even Walmart, for all its reputation, has a limit for how much they’ll tolerate before they’ll kick someone out of a store.)
Note to the OP:
Okay, this part is an opinion of the OP, but on their behavior, not their person. OP, if you can’t handle polite-but-firm constructive criticism intended to help you consider your actions and how that is hindering you, kindly stop now. You won’t like this truth.
Lastly, on the OP ‘ignoring’ some posts, it’s entirely likely that they’re using the ‘Mute’ option, which is well within their forum rights, though it’s narrow-minded.
People cannot grow personally, in a positive, way without change, without conflict of opinions. People cannot grow socially without acknowledging that rules are in place for a reason and submitting to them.
If you cannot accept the boundaries of the platform, then why would anyone expect you to accept or respect personal boundaries?
Your feelings do matter and sometimes people can’t help their emotions, but reactions to your feelings are your responsibility. In the same way, my feelings and action are mine, and not your responsibility. When you react to conflict with aggressiveness, you tend to alienate people who would otherwise be willing to help.
You don’t seem to have a problem saying ‘no’, but you do need to work through your reaction to hearing ‘no’ said to you.
I say the following with the intention of attempting to help you become a better person: Talk with a vetted counselor about hostility against boundaries.
If this post is flagged, after the precautions used to spell-out it’s intent, then, sadly, you’re proving me right.