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One of the tips I've read for dealing with a cruel person is to - talk to them

Posted: May 15th, 2023 - 6:31 am In Reply to: Medical Transcription is a DEAD profession - MTdonenow

about their behavior, as you have done. Another one is to say no and walk away. "Some people have a tendency to see themselves as the victim in every situation. If they mess up, they might shift the blame to someone else or tell a story that paints them in a more positive light. You might feel tempted to nod and smile in order to prevent an angry outburst. This might feel like the safest option, but it can also encourage them to see you as a supporter. Try respectful disagreement instead. You might say, “I had a different take on the situation,” and describe what really happened. Stick to the facts, without making accusations. Dealing with someone’s toxic behavior can be exhausting. The person might constantly complain about others, always have a new story about unfair treatment, or even accuse you of wronging them or not caring about their needs. Resist the urge to jump on the complaining train with them or defend yourself against accusations. Instead, respond with a simple, “I’m sorry you feel that way,” and leave it at that. Most people occasionally say rude or hurtful things they don’t mean. No one feels their best all the time, and being in a bad mood can make you lash out. This isn’t necessarily toxic. But ask yourself if put-downs, lies, or other types of emotional and verbal abuse characterize most of your interactions. Remember, you aren’t at fault. Toxic behavior can make you feel like you did something wrong, even when you know you didn’t. It’s tough to face attacks from someone who behaves in a toxic manner. They might get personal, try to twist your words, or accuse you of wanting to hurt them. At some point, you might even second guess yourself and rack your brain for something you might’ve done. But remind yourself their behavior has nothing to do with you."


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