How To Handle Our Difficult Person

Posted by on Feb 10, 2016 in ALL Posts, Blog, Finding Courage, Inspiration, Relationships | Comments

How To Handle Our Difficult Person

We all have one!
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That difficult person who hits all of our triggers ALL THE TIME!
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What to do?

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We don’t have to give in and allow ourselves to be affected over and over again.

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Here’s 3 ideas to help you.

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Transcript:

Ahhhh
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You know… Y
ou’re like the rose. You’re in full bloom. You smell wonderful. When you are present in a room the whole room is lifted. People actually love you.
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Then there’s that one. Y
ou know that woman in the office.
She can’t even dress nicely. She’s got stuff stuck in her and her spines are all out ready to get you.
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This one here – Your Difficult Person. We all have them.
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You see we all have those people that bring out the worst in us.
We all have those people where we just wish and hope we would never see them again.
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How to deal with the difficult person.
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Here’s a couple ideas:
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You know first we might want to try some extra love and compassion with them. The truth is  – is that people who hurt others actually hurt others at a level far greater than their original pain – cause their original pain festers and grows and when it comes out of us – it’s just horrifically magnified.
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So a little bit of kindness and patience 
is always helpful.
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Two: we may need to create a little bit of a distance especially if that difficult person is someone who’s unhealthy or super negative or abusive to you in any way. If there’s any harm to you as a person verbally or physically then you have every right to create some space and create a boundary.
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Third
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whenever we get triggered like that 
it’s because – this is a hard truth
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Whenever someone’s difficult for us or when they bring out a part of us we don’t like it’s because we have innately given them permission to do so.
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When we allow our mood to be changed by another person we have chosen to give that person power over our mood.
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When we allow ourselves to react we have given that person power over our reactions and our responses.
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The most important thing we can do when we’re around difficult people is to remember that we’re in charge of everything that is us.
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You are in charge of your responses.
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You are 100% of the time 
in charge of your mood.
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You are 100% of time in charge of your thoughts and your ability to have peace even in turmoil.
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When we learn to take charge of our responses we forget how to blame and we forget how to be the victim.
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Difficult people are a gift in disguise because if we can take charge of how we respond to them, we will be so much more in power of our lives – cause until we take away the power from them and take it into our own hands we will never live the life we truly want to live.
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What do you do with difficult people
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Have patience and kindness
Create space if you need to
above all
Take responsibility for your reactions and your responses cause it’s your life.
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They don’t get to create it for you.
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It’s your privilege.
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It’s your life.
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Create the one you truly want to live

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