Interpersonal Relationships｜ Teach People How to Treat You｜Wise Library 1985
Wise Library 1985 ｜Margaret W. Lavigne
Set Boundaries and Rules
1. Let people know what is acceptable and unacceptable to you.
2. Let people know what you need and want from the relationship.
Generally, the bulliers are the wounded angry souls. It’s the rule that those who are doing well with their life are tender and compassionate. As a person says something mean or rude, it generally exposes his/her mental wounds, Achille’s hill, unfilled desires or it’s simply a sign that they are having a bad time or having troubles in their life.
Defend Your Principles
You’d better teach people how to treat you by setting boundaries and defending your principles. Let people know what is acceptable and unacceptable to you. Verbal abuse occurs when people demand attention and absolute control in a relationship. Communication skills matters in building interpersonal relationships. I would say, silence is a bad response to deal with haters and toxic people. Instead of running away from conflicts, you’d better have a logic debate with toxic people. Practice makes perfect. Reading, writing and moderate solitude help develop your independent thinking. Criticism blocks communication. Humour is a great tool to save you from troubles.
Be Tender and Compassionate.
Be the person you want other people to be. Treat others the way you want to be treated. If you want your children to be proud of you, be proud of your kids first. If you want others to listen to you, be an attentive listener first.
Margaret W. Lavigne
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