Stop having excuses for someone’s bad behavior towards you or anybody else.
The reason is not weak nerves, lack of patience, ignorance of the whole situation. It is a game of justifying something that can never be justified. At the same time, you are not looking for excuses for your bad things to others. If they are not able to call and apologize for something that is wrong, will you find some justification for that and push your whole life down the abyss.
Stop having excuses for someone’s bad behavior towards you. When people lie in your eyes it is not a matter of what you will hear or what you already know but it is a matter of the first sign of disrespect.
Don’t justify them on the pretext that they are defending themselves or that you may not have the right to know the truth because it can all be solved in another way. Better a poor horse than no horse at all.
Everyone deserves a minimum of respect
Stop having excuses for someone’s bad behavior towards you. It doesn’t matter if you are in the first, second, or last place, it is important that everyone is treated the same, everyone deserves at least a minimum of respect.
If you have met a verbal attacker you are letting him know what he is doing, that it is no small thing and that he is keeping underestimation, ridicule, belittling to himself, and closing that pattern of behavior once and for all in your life.
Stop having excuses for someone’s bad behavior towards you. Never tolerate the destructive world of physical abusers because it is a path of no return. It is the breaking down of all moral and human boundaries, and when you break down those boundaries you no longer live your life, you live the violent will of people who have lost control over their lives. Start your life over, set boundaries, set standards, set love at the center of the relationship. Those who do not accept this have their doors open.
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There is no space for abusive behavior in modern society. Bullies shouldn’t get away with their behaviour. But, sometimes getting rid of the person silently will also do the trick.
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