This little insight can save us a buttload of pain.
When we get snarky customer service, when someone is mean or nasty, when we cannot seem to please that relative or friend.
We don’t have to take it personally and feel rejected.
But nor should we get all het up thinking they’re an awful human being.
More likely, the way they act towards others is about themselves, not us.
So we can feel compassion and be kind – and let it go.
What do you think?
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3 thoughts on “How People Treat Others Is A Reflection Of Themselves”
No one has the right to take things out on other people. If they have a problem at home they need to leave it there.
I agree if you run into a bad situation or a grouchy customer service rep — LET IT GO = eliminate Stress!
Not worth the energy getting annoyed over a complete stranger being rude. Besides, you never know what else might be going on in their lives. Usually best policy to give others the benefit of the doubt–unless they prove themselves repeatedly to be a complete jerk.