Anyone is entitled to having a bad day and all of us can be difficult at some point or another. If you attack the person while they are angry this will cause them to become defensive and a simple argument can turn into a big fight. And this is something that you should try to avoid in the workplace. Next thing you know, the intimidator will give you a mean look or threaten you about telling your boss about the incident. But if you stay calm, cool and collected, the difficult person will just have to deal with their problems by themselves because you have chosen not to participate in their negativity. The trick is to change your reactions. Expressing any kind of negativity is what the bully wants and you must not allow yourself to be dragged to their level.
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Getting along with other people is difficult. We all come from different cultures and backgrounds, have different personalities and ways of thinking and as a result, we sometimes clash with one another. Let's talk about those people at the office who are constantly criticizing others. It's obvious that we can't change other people, but we can change our reactions to them and by doing so, we are free of the difficult person. It doesn't mean that we agree with their behavior, but we have chosen to give up our childish behavior and grow up.
According to studies, the most difficult person is nobody other than ourselves. But do you know why we suffer so much inside? Yes, people can hurt our feelings sometimes, but it is our own inner reactions that hurt us more than the person's actions.