So you text him over and over again trying to figure out what you did but in the long run it was nothing you did. He just doesn't like you any more and wants to move on, so for the next week for month you're trying so hard to find out why he's not with you any more and what the problem is so he finally just tells you that you were way to attached and he needed room and maybe later we can try again and get back together. When clearly in the end it wasn't you it was because you were trying to control everything that happens and you just can't do that when life throws you bad
But then when they start asking people if they can join their group there's always this talk between the rest of this group “ why does he/she have to be in our group he/she are so dumb they fail on everything” (which I myself don’t say). Then as soon as that discussion is done they say no to the person who is asking them to apart of their group. Which by the way they don’t actually realise how bad they are making the person feel. But what they don't think about is that once they were also dumb and didn’t know anything and used to ask for help from others. So why should they have the right to tell someone how “smart” you are
After walking back from watching a movie with my friends a group of troublemakers had approached us asking “where are you from?” stunned by the question I had turned to my friends no even fazed walking the group of thief’s. I shortly followed them pushing past the group and after we had walked past them my friends started to make fun of me for putting my hands up. But in that situation if my friends were to speak up or if I made a comment they didn’t like they could have pulled out a gun and ended us right there, I wasn’t complacent with what they were doing but in that case, silence was the best
You should never tell people when they are wrong but give them guidance in order to lead to up to the point where they find out that they are wrong. He is also saying that by not telling them they are wrong, allows them to self-evaluate themselves and see what they need to correct. It’s basically not allowing them to take the easy way out by not telling them. From a business perspective, if you are influential to the entire team then it is possible the team will come out on top because it will allow them to want to be better in
I’d help them deal with the bully and help them speak up to him/her. In a case when I’m not around and I’m busy, I’d give them steps to deal with the problem. I would first tell them to first ignore the bully. If that doesn’t work, I’d tell them next to be brave and to stand up to the bully, letting them know that he/she isn’t alone. I’d also tell them not to bully back because that would make everything worse, and he/she would also become a bully.
When you have this conversation don’t have them just listen to what you want, listen to their side. Everyone is different, I am sure you would be okay walking, but driving on the bus is much safer. I also suggest talking to your pastor, close friend, or relative on their opinion. Good Luck, I hope you guys can come to an agreement on a good solution. Sincerely, Rosa
I feel as though I need to work on trusting others more, and following-up with situations. It is very difficult for me to trust people. Although, it could be considered a good/bad thing based on the situation, I want to be able to open-up to others more, and it is something that I am working on. There are also a lot of times where I refuse to ask for help because I think I have the situation under control. When in reality I need some sort of extra help.
I would channel his or her energy to something positive. I would investigate why they are so talkative, are they bored, is it who they are sitting next to or do they just like to talk. Sometimes talkative children need some attention. You never make assumptions about any student’s family or you never compare them to another sibling. Teacher’s should never blame anything on race, religion or culture, no child should be judged on where they come from.
Arguing or disagreeing with the speaker, is obviously a good way to block communication with anyone (3). Never interrupt a speaker; allow people to finish their thoughts before chiming in with ideas or contributions to the dialogue. Lastly, allow others to speak as well; everyone has something to contribute to a conversation and if one person is doing all the speaking, others will feel unnecessary and will stop actively participating in the
1 | You complain about the same thing over and over (and over). Here's a rule: If you have complained about something three times, you need to accept it or change it yourself. Whether it's your frustration with your weight, relationship or the way your colleague treats you, complaining should be taken as more than simply a momentary release of frustration; it's a warning sign than you're rejecting something in your life. Non-acceptance takes up a lot of energy and creates an internal and external toxic environment. If you have shared your unhappiness with someone and they have not worked with you to make things better, it means you need to make decisions that will help you get back to a place of peace.