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When that happens, I believe that there’ll be less angry people and more caring souls. Until everyone is vibrating at the state of joy, we need to learn to deal with rude people as a fact of life. Here is my guide to do so: The tricky thing about dealing with rude people is that you may feel like boxing their faces sometimes, especially if the person is being very obnoxious and demeaning.
I know people who quit their jobs each time they face a rude manager / colleagues, and guess what? They subsequently run into the same situation in their next workplace, after which they do the same thing — quit. Nothing changes as they still have to face rude people, and they back themselves into a career dead end, having burned bridges from their past jobs and a shaky job record. But I’ve found that while it may be momentarily satisfying to lash out in a moment’s anger, it’s often not worth it.
This brings to mind a rude client whom I worked with years ago, whom I’ll refer to as T.
T was one of the rudest people I had met up till that point.
We may think that there’s something wrong with us, that perhaps there is some unappealing quality about us that triggered such reactions in others. When someone is being mean to me, I’ll automatically assume that there’s something wrong with me. For example, perhaps T is catty toward women because she sees them as competition, and I was merely one of many women she had mistreated.
Yet when I take a step back and stop the self-beating cycle, I realize that it’s not about me. Either way, it’s that person’s personal construct, beliefs, values, conditioning, and past experiences that made him/her act this way toward you.
How many of you have faced such a situation before?
When I first met her, I was miffed by her attitude.
She treated me with very little respect, like I was not a human.
Say if the person is a co-worker, a manager, a business associate, a customer, or even a service staff you need to talk to get what you want.
If it’s in a workplace setting and you are in an entry-level position, being combative can cause you to lose your job or ruin advancement opportunities.