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How to tackle people who continuously taunt or comment us other than ignoring th

  1. Yudish Pandava profile image76
    Yudish Pandavaposted 2 years ago

    How to tackle people who continuously taunt or comment us other than ignoring them.

    There are people who face this situation at their workplace,home etc. This is now faced even by kids who score better than others.What should be done to get rid of such comments or commentors.

  2. days leaper profile image78
    days leaperposted 2 years ago

    there is a saying return every insult with a compliment -not flattery mind.  Don't know how it's possible with these nasties myself.  Some just get high on getting away with it, at the end of the day no ones perfect, and sometimes the tormentor is trying to hide their flaws or the pain they feel.  Pity, they haven't found more apt. ways to deal with it.

    1. Yudish Pandava profile image76
      Yudish Pandavaposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Thanku for the comment.

  3. Hazel Abee profile image73
    Hazel Abeeposted 2 years ago

    Lead a simple life, then notice the point or suject of their choice to taunt us. If you find that you can correct it then do so. In most situations those people who taunt others have a fiend or group of friends who are their backbone, this people are nothing without the backbone, so learn to tackle the backbone. Proof to the backbone that whatever said by the taunter is pure nonsense. I
    Eg if taunter says u are 'z' then act in a way that u are not 'z' in front of his buddy ..

    1. Yudish Pandava profile image76
      Yudish Pandavaposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Thanku for giving such a helpful suggestion. This exactly clears my doubt and that was a very good guide for developing  one's personality.Hope to learn more from you.Thank you once again.

  4. m abdullah javed profile image77
    m abdullah javedposted 2 years ago

    Hi Soumya, the opponent's behavior is because of two things, one, their own nature, second the atmosphere where they live, and we are a part of that atmosphere which is why we know that opponent. As far their nature, try to correct them, don't maintain a distance, else nobody is going to be there to correct them. As long as you are there such negative traits shouldn't come up, be a charismatic personally to annihilate such evil acts.  When it come to the atmosphere just focus on the reasons behind such painful taunting attitude and try to address. I think in any case if we get some negative comments we should see ourselves first if we are correct then definitely things are going to be correct one or the other day. So be positive,  stay there, the atmosphere that resembles moral degradation needs people like you.

 
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