We all know a person who seems to deflate others any chance they get. Some people go out of their way to make stinging comments to or at others. I really think this says a lot more about them than the stings they swing towards you.
After a recent experience, I have decided that I’m going to go out of my way to put a stop to this kind of behavior every time it is launched at me. I’m not sure if it’s used as a humiliation tactic, an embarrassment tactic, or if the other person is just an arse.
In the past, I seemed to go into a state of shock when somebody swung their “jellyfish sting”. In disbelief, and stunned, I’m always taken aback at cruelty of words.
Don’t get me wrong I am one to call a spade a spade on behaviors. Boundaries are very important and a healthy aspect of how I choose to be treated. Going after a person’s physical, mental, or emotional attributes though…. Unacceptable behavior! I consider that to be petty.
People don’t like everyone that’s just how it works. I would rather leave people in a better state than where I found them, even if I dislike the person I can still acknowledge they deserve to be treated respectfully.
What gives one the right to go out of their way to be unkind or cruel for no apparent reason? That is never called for. One can still have respectful interaction with a person. A smile and a kind word never cost me anything. However projections of negative energy accompanied with unkind words, actually has destructive effects. The truth is I’m not willing to live in that low- energy and all the repercussions that brings.
Humans are imperfect beings whether it be physically, mentally, emotionally, or spiritually, every one of us incurred scars/wounds in some manner. I choose to be tender with my scars and extra kind so that they heal properly. if I’m looking at people so closely that I’m finding their scars obviously I’m not tending to my own.
I tend to find sarcasm distasteful.
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No thank you to sarcasm. It’s way to easy to be cruel under the guise of “humor”! I think it’s passive-aggressive way to be mean. I see that passive aggressive behaviors and sarcasm tend to go together.
We can’t be worried about correctness all the time I get that. When something is not right we know and if it’s a repetitive behaviors, it needs to be addressed. We can do this from an intellectual position rather than an emotional one. I refuse to be a victim of somebody else’s cruelty but rather a champion for myself. Even if my voice shakes! Thats a true superpower!
I choose to adjust my own crown and others quietly, nobody else needs to know. This to me, is an empowering behavior and it pushes people up.
Our Lady Bitz encapsulate all women from our head to our toes our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being. As women we have to be advocates for ourself and each other.
Loving all of my own imperfectly perfect Lady Bitz! I encourage you to love yours!
Kelly Kelly ⭐🌟⭐