Some mental relief needed.

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04 Feb 2013 08:13 #93011 by goldgw
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It is a good idea, I will keep it in mind.:)

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04 Feb 2013 15:27 #93073 by Rickie The Grey
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Seriously laughter is the best medicine. When I'm stressed big time I watch funny movies. Try it and let me know how/if it works for you. Peace

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05 Feb 2013 13:20 #93207 by Alluvius
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The best advice I can offer you, Armadyl, is simply to breath. Unattach from all the crap shoveled your way by your (obviously hypocritical) boss, let it go. You cannot change her behavior, all you can do is change how you react to it. If you don't attach negative feelings to her yelling in your face, you won't have them. I suggest that when she starts yelling at you, you tune her out, focus on your breathing and go into sort of a "standing meditation". Deep, slow...calm, cleansing breaths. Don't let her "harsh your buzz". I have anger management issues, if I can do this (and I can and have), so can you. I'm nothing special. :)

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05 Feb 2013 15:13 - 05 Feb 2013 15:14 #93223 by jimcode3
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One big selling point to keeping your cool and letting the "water slide off the duck's back" is: others may have files complaints about this person and may be speaking up. If you are shown as being the "level-headed one," if this person gets the boot (American translation, not British: stuffed into the rear of a vehicle and "taken for a ride"), a promotion might be in your future. At the minimum, you'll gain the respect of your peers AND cohorts.

Either way, it bodes well for you to be the "voice of reason" by being the LAST person under whose skin she gets under. (That may actually pxss her off, to your satisfaction : ) Sometimes, those personal victories are the most meaningful! I've gotten a few promotions this way.

Then again, maybe the car ride might be bett.... Nah, never mind.
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05 Feb 2013 15:48 #93226 by Rickie The Grey
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jimcode3 wrote: Either way, it bodes well for you to be the "voice of reason" by being the LAST person under whose skin she gets under. (That may actually pxss her off, to your satisfaction : ) Sometimes, those personal victories are the most meaningful!


Yes there is satisfaction in not giving her her whar she wants. Especially when the person knows she is wrong and she know she's being manipulative. It's reflecting their own energy back to them. The more they give the more they get back. You have to be subtle.

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05 Feb 2013 16:04 #93227 by Wescli Wardest
This may be a tad off topic… but I have noticed when people are in the “wrong,” a lot of times they just don’t realize it. What I mean is, not everyone that does bad things believes they are doing bad things.

If we can realize this and learn to accept people for what and who they are, then “tolerating” things that bother us becomes less troublesome. If you know that a person views their actions a certain way; then you know what to expect from them. I found it to be so much less disheartening once I realize that not everyone is going to live to the same standards I put myself to.

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05 Feb 2013 18:37 - 05 Feb 2013 18:38 #93248 by RyuJin
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Wescli Wardest wrote: This may be a tad off topic… but I have noticed when people are in the “wrong,” a lot of times they just don’t realize it. What I mean is, not everyone that does bad things believes they are doing bad things.


that's why i believe right and wrong is a matter of perspective...even vader thought he was doing what was right...until the end...

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Out of darkness, he brings light. Out of hatred, love. Out of dishonor, honor-james allen-
He who has conquered doubt and fear has conquered failure-james allen-
The sword is the key to heaven and hell-Mahomet-
The best won victory is that obtained without shedding blood-Count Katsu-
All men's souls are immortal, only the souls of the righteous are immortal and divine -Socrates-
I'm the best at what I do, what I do ain't pretty-wolverine

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Former Apprentices:Adhara(knight), Zenchi (knight)
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05 Feb 2013 21:41 #93289 by Rickie The Grey
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Some people are just jerks. Weither they can help it or not or know it or not they are jerks.

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