How to stop taking things personally

A-Z Blogging Challenge http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/
1. Realize that other people’s rudeness is not about you. When someone is rude it’s likely to be a reflection of their own issues.
2. Ask yourself what else the comment or behavior might mean. For example, if someone doesn’t smile or say hello, they might be shy.
3. Take comments or criticism in a constructive way. Ask yourself if there’s any truth to it, and what you can learn.
4. Take a different perspective. Ask yourself how an unbiased outsider would see the situation.
5. Realize that you can’t please everyone.
6. Know that you’re not defined by your mistakes or criticism.
7. Realize that your self-worth depends on you. It does not depend on what others say about you.

Here’s 7 great points to remember during this nerve-wracking time of being in very close quarters with people, when patience and tempers are getting shorter.

Everyone is getting fed up, of everything! It’s really hard to be calm, patient and even just neutral right now.

Each of our nervous systems could use a break, we all deserve one!

Finding personal space in close quarters is really challenging right now, but I saw on TV how some folks are using room dividers or even hanging sheets to create privacy zones.

When someone goes into their privacy zone it means they need some alone time. I think this is a wonderful idea to implement!

Sending blessings and good thoughts to you!

Peace,
Tamara

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