Cranky and petty people: how to deal with them effectively
Almost everyone has had to deal with someone petty and petty. Sometimes these people come and go quickly in your life, but other times they are a nuisance for a long time. For example, you may have a petty and petty family member, romantic relationship, or co-worker. Right now, they are a fixture in your life and you may have to put up with them for a long time.
How can you do that and stay sane at the same time? This article will deal with this issue in great detail. By the time you finish reading this article, you will be better equipped to deal with people who want to cause you emotional pain.
Why do they do it?
You have probably wondered several times why the other person feels the need to antagonize you. Why do they want to hurt you or make you angry? The answer to these questions is varied. Most of the time, the other person is dealing with feelings of jealousy, remorse, anger, envy, mistrust, or spite. They may not understand why they do the things they do themselves.
The important thing to remember is that you cannot control their actions. However, you can control yours. Both you and the antagonist are responsible for your actions and nothing can change this basic fact. To deal with someone who is petty and petty, you need to control your reaction to get the most benefit.
Don’t get caught up in his game
Often the antagonist wants you to explode and get angry. If he does, he is essentially rewarding his efforts. They walk away thinking you’re the bad guy and, in a sense, you are. Anger can be a useful tool. Anger alerts us when we are being mistreated and prompts us to confront or defend ourselves against the onslaught, which can be helpful. But when anger is given free rein, it does not become better than the antagonist.
When dealing with someone who is petty or petty, don’t get caught up in their game. Basically, they are playing a power game, and every time you react negatively, you are allowing them to win.
The best way to deal with a mean and petty personality is to play it cool. You can and should stand up for yourself, but at the same time, you should stand up for yourself in a positive way. For example, if a love interest is treating you unfairly, you should calmly let him know what he is doing. Yelling, arguing, and banging on walls doesn’t help your cause at all. Instead, they can point to your actions and use them against you.
Instead, inform them and walk away. If you feel your anger rising to the point of no return, simply walk away from the situation.
Let them fall into their own trap
When someone is provoking you, it’s easy to lose your temper. It’s basic human nature, really. But humans also have intellect, and you can use it for your own benefit.
For example, if a coworker provokes you at work, you can react harshly or show your coworkers that you are a better person than that. You will earn the respect of your co-workers and make the harasser powerless and powerless. In effect, you can turn them around. They are the ones who will look bad and, deep down, they will know that they have treated you unfairly, whether they want to admit it or not.
remove them from your life
In some cases, you may have no choice but to remove a mean person from your life altogether. It’s sad, really, but some people aren’t willing to work on their attitudes and you have to learn to accept that. It is better to push the person away (not associate with them any longer) than to submit to constant emotional pressure.
Often a mean-spirited person can be helped through intervention. A personal life coach or counselor can often find the root cause and help the person deal with their problems. There are a myriad of reasons someone can be petty, and as I mentioned before, they may not even be aware of the reasons.
Pettiness and pettiness are a part of life sometimes. In most scenarios, you will be powerless to stop the other person from acting the way they do. However, you can take comfort in the fact that you won’t let them drag you down with them. In the long run, by being a better person and working on this area of your personality, you will be the happiest person in the long run.
Happiness depends on each and every one of us. We control our environment for the most part. Taking personal responsibility for your actions is the path to happiness.