“Don’t Let the worst people get the best of you.”
—Doe Zantamata, Writer, photographer and graphic designer
Today’s quote seems straightforward, but how do we actually do it?
How can we untangle and release ourselves from the people who push our buttons and enrage us by what they do and say?
As is the case with various toxic substances in our environment, avoidance and keeping our distance is a solid strategy.
But what if these folks simply can’t always be avoided as in the case of family members, neighbors, and work colleagues who seem to have the keys to our locked doors?
What strategies work best when you find yourself triggered and upset?
Please check out any of the three books below for many useful approached to deal with the more challenging people in your world. These books are even more useful to help good relationships be great ones:
Fierce Conversations, Crucial Conversations, Crucial Confrontations.
You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to send you a copy of my Masterful Relationship workbook in a PDF file.