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Dealing with Difficult People at Work

Many people will agree on the statement, “It’s not the job, it’s the people I work with…” We have all been here before at one point in our lives. Doing your job is usually never the problem, most times it’s the people that come with the job (the ill patients, the crazy family members, the DREADFUL coworkers, the aggravating bosses, etc..) When at work, you have so many different personalities you have to interact with. You have some you’ll get along with, and some… well, let’s just say you’d rather stay far away from. There’s always that one that just knows how to make your life a living hell, but what do you do? Do you mirror that same difficult, annoying, irritating, nagging reflection? Or do you kill that negative energy with kindness? Hopefully, you remember to do everything you can in order for someone not to shift your energy. When you’re at work, you have to realize that most times people are dealing with things internally, and it usually has nothing to do with you. Keep in mind of the greater purpose! Check out the video where I discuss how to deal with difficult people at work by keeping in mind it’s not all about you, the impacts on self care outside of work, and most importantly, by always being kind to everyone!

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