I’m sure that on some occasion you have come across someone rude and rude , and wanted to send him to the other side of the world or to a desert island. Unfortunately, there are people who seem to have no common sense, nor do they know how to treat others with the respect they deserve.
How do you deal with rude people?
But these situations are part of life and are also opportunities to show others that you are an intelligent person , with two fingers in front and that you know how to deal with these little obstacles of everyday life. So, the next time you come across a rude or rude person, take a deep breath and follow these tips’
1. Don’t take it personally (even if it is)
It’s normal to get angry when someone is rude, especially if they refer to you in their offensive comments. But luckily, you have the chance to decide how you react . Don’t let this affect you. You can see the problem as theirs and not yours. If you take it personally and respond badly, you will fall into their game and be more vulnerable.
2. Find out why
People often have their reasons when they react in this way, and are often misunderstood . They may have had a bad day or they may be in a hurry. It’s also possible that they haven’t realized their attitude. You won’t know the real reason until you ask! So keep calm and just ask: “I’ve been a bit annoyed by your attitude/commentary. Is there a reason why you’ve treated me like this? The answer may surprise you.
3. Remember, you too have been a rude person at one time
Maybe this time it’s not your fault, but you’ve certainly been rude, offensive or hurtful to someone once in your life . That doesn’t mean you are a bad person. Also, sometimes you can misunderstand others or feel offended by something they have done without realizing it. Therefore, the next time someone is rude to you, remember that that person is human and his or her behavior at that moment does not mean that he or she is a bad person.
4. Be objective and analyze rude behavior
So someone was rude and rude to you. What did he say? Was there a reason for it? If you look at the situation objectively, it might not make sense. But sometimes there can be a cause or reason . Being objective allows you to redirect the situation instead of making the problem bigger.
5. Don’t be melodramatic
In these situations, do you feel like exploiting the ill-mannered person? Don’t. Take the iron out of it and don’t lower yourself to that level because it will only make the situation worse . Keep your dignity intact so that the situation does not get out of hand and you are the one to blame. Prudence and allowing time for reflection are usually the best allies in these situations.
6. Leave it alone and go
This point has to do with the previous one, because rudeness can be hurtful, but losing your temper because of it is going to hurt you . To avoid this, and if possible, you can leave the place and move on, as this is the best way to avoid the situation and the rude person.
Besides, if you’re a stranger, you won’t have to deal with that person anymore. On the contrary, if you are a friend or acquaintance, you will soon learn that such an attitude gets you nowhere. They may not behave that way with you on the next few occasions.
7. Consider giving help
Rudeness can simply be a case of bad manners. But usually the person who is rude or rude to you is frustrated by something, and if you are able to help them with their frustration, you will see that this questionable attitude turns into an attitude of instant gratitude and .
8. Understands rudeness as a habit
Some people who are rude, rude and offensive always have this attitude. When rudeness becomes a habit, it can be hard to avoid even if they want to avoid it. The attitude of contempt for others should never be taken personally , it is simply a difficult pattern to break.
9. Don’t force a change
You can’t make someone be polite if they don’t want to. In fact, trying to change him could make his behavior worse . Sometimes the best option is to accept that the problem is yours and that you will find the solution, or not. The choice to change, in the end, is a purely personal decision.
10. Fighting rudeness with kindness
Don’t let someone’s rudeness make you respond the same way. L is the best way to react against it is a friendly and kind attitude , because it allows the other person to calm down and adjust their behavior to yours.