The Way Others React Has Nothing To Do With You

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We meet them every day — people who are unhappy, unfriendly, rude, and sometimes, downright mean. Approaching others from a perch of arrogance and entitlement, they view life with a dismal perspective, often living a distorted sense of reality.

We tend to avoid these unpleasant souls, stepping away from a conversation, leaving the room, or inventing a reason to end a phone call.

We build a wall because we know their influence is contagious, so we limit our exposure to these “social irritants,” dismissing them as products of dysfunctional parenting or disadvantaged socio-economics.

That’s one way to look at it, but it’s not the only way.

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Keep it healthy,

 

 

Jill Reid
Pathway to Personal Growth