1. Getting mad does nothing. The griefers want a reaction out of you. Give it to them, and they will keep griefing. 2. Why are they griefing? They have nothing better to do. Some would think that's pathetic, but I think that's a reason to feel sorry for them. Imagine their life. I've met people online with terrible lives, horrible parents, suffering from loneliness and clinical depression, etc. Think before you judge. They say Minecraft is their escape, how they let out anger. If somebody griefs your build to let our anger or fight loneliness or boredom then you should be happy they are doing that. A good video on this topic, except it's mental health instead of money. Disclaimer: Yes, I DO know that some griefers are just plain jerks, but i'm NOT finished explaining yet. 3. Nothing in housing is permanent anyways. I always say that it's ridiculous to think product over process in housing because it's a separate server. There is nothing you can do to save something made in housing. So what if somebody cuts a build's life short by a few days? If you had fun building it and learned something new and made new friends, it's a gain. It is always a gain. 4. It's just a game. Yes, it is. You shouldn't get worked up over a grief, even if you disagree with everything I've said here! It's unhealthy. Overall, if you're in housing enough, you will become numb to griefs.