Learn how to cope with difficult people from someone who has spent the past 45 years learning how.
Are you exhausted with dealing with someone who is constantly trying to push your emotional buttons? Is there someone in your life who tends to keep you on the defensive, always feeling like you have to defend your character? Do you have someone in your life who is always projecting negativity on you? Is there a friend, spouse, co-worker, or family member who keeps you upset most of the time? Do you find yourself obsessing over the poor behaviors of a controlling or manipulative person in your life?
If any of the above questions apply to you, the ideas that Cindy Help presents in her audiobook about coping with difficult people will help you:
Tips from this audiobook about coping with difficult people:
For starters, whenever you feel angry or upset, you can simply just take a deep breath and think of anything that makes you happy. If this doesn't help, try counting to 10. Once you've finished counting, it's likely that you will have finished clearing your mind and will have thought of much better ways to deal with your current scenario.
©2014 Jordy Christo (P)2015 Jordy Christo
Really good ideas.
There were not any characters.
As with other audio books, you are able to absorb more than just reading the words on the page. That's what the narrator offers with this story.
The tagline would be, Dealing with even the most difficult people is no longer a problem.
This book gives you some great options to deal with people that are complicating your life. This means anyone from a coworker to a family member, and anyone in between.
Difficult situations and people get a lot easier to deal with when you understand the situation. This book helped me really understand what was happening in my mind when my emotions start to flare up against an abrasive person.
Sometimes the answer is to manage your own emotions. Sometimes it's just avoiding the situation. Either way, I definitely found some strategies to use - I work in customer service, so difficult people come with the territory.
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