How to Be Free of Bullies
What is true for one person is valid. It is their point of view. We all have a point of view that is true and how we see the world. There are things you can discover by accepting that your point of view can be shaped by previous experiences, being dominated by people who want to impose their point of view on you or by fear. What would be best would be a point of view free of all these things that determine our behaviour and how we interact with the world. Ultimately, what I am looking at here is self-confidence, what it is and how to gain it.
Do you know anyone who you think is confident? Not arrogant as arrogance is not confidence. Confident people don’t need to act as if they are superior to other people. Have you asked yourself why this person is confident in your opinion? If you have never wondered, what are you wasting time for? Be curious. Always Be Curious. This is all part of using more of your human potential to live your life by more fully. Why not?
The more people who learn not to be bullied means that bullies will face less satisfying responses to their bullying behaviour. They might then think about other ways to vent their frustrations other than dumping them on another person. They might be dissuaded from a certain style of behaviour and try something different. The weird thing about the world is how the things we focus on or talk about become more of a reality than we could ever possibly imagine. If we talk about and focus on bullying then it will manifest in our environment. Therefore, as much as possible I am going to specify ‘avoiding bullying’ or words of that meaning. Language is very powerful and massively under-rated and I am going to use it as best I can to deliver my aims here.