Dear Folks, It’s a highly valuable skill to be able to deal with Rude and needlessly critical people, colleagues etc. Which of these measures would you consider best in such situations ?

86 thoughts on “Dear Folks, It’s a highly valuable skill to be able to deal with Rude and needlessly critical people, colleagues etc. Which of these measures would you consider best in such situations ?

  1. Greetings of the day…
    I would like to go with point no.2 “Don’t take it personally”.The first step to stopping the cycle of rudeness is to stop taking rude behavior personally.Realizing that the offending person may just be having a bad day can put things into perspective. Often you can break the cycle of rudeness by avoiding responding to bad behavior with your own negativity.
    Regards
    Pooja Malhotra

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  2. Greetings !!!
    I would like to go with point no.2 “Don’t take it personally”. The first step to stop the cycle of rudeness. Realizing that the offending person may just be having a bad day can put things into perspective. You can break the cycle of rudeness by avoiding responding to bad behaviour with your own negativity.
    Regards
    Harpreet Sethi

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  3. Rudeness is an attribute that can be considered as a subset of someones character. Rude people are usually weak, arrogant and prideful people and the only way you can tell someone they are rude without being rude is by avoiding them. Just cut them off like a bad habit because pointing rudeness out of rude people is like putting more gas in a fire!

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  4. Greetings to all !
    I would like to go with the point no. 16 ” Focus On Positive ”
    When we focus on our positives, our priorities, We don’t have the time to see mistakes of others or negativity.The fact is anywhere we go we are going to find such kind of people.So we should certainly do what we can to positively change things around us but when we know we have done our best and things still remain more or less the same, we shift our focus to our growth,our priorities and then we won’t be as much affected by the such kind of people around us.

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  5. I would like to go with point no.2 “Don’t take it personally”.The first step to stopping the cycle of rudeness is to stop taking rude behavior personally.Realizing that the offending person may just be having a bad day can put things into perspective. Often you can break the cycle of rudeness by avoiding responding to bad behavior with your own negativity..

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  6. **Greetings of the day**

    If somebody was rude to you. What did they do or say? Was there any sense in it? If you view the situation objectively, you’ll realize that most rudeness is senseless, so you can cheerfully ignore it. On the rare occasions when there’s logic behind the rude behavior, staying objective lets you address the root of the problem instead of the rudeness concealing it.

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  7. In my point of view we must stay cool while dealing with rude people. It’s their nature to be rude with others, we can change their nature. If we try to do so the situation will get worst. So it is better to stay calm and cool

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  8. I would like to go with point no 16 Focus on positive. Instead of thinking why he/she is rude focussing on positive can take you to new heights and in a shorter time frame. It’s not easy to change the nature of people . If you visit a garden in spring, don’t focus on the prickles of a solitary rose.
    Focus more on what excites you.focus-on-positive,
    We need to focus- on right things, rather attending to wrong things around us.”
    It’s hard to stop negative thoughts, but it is not impossible. You just need to shift your focus to positive thoughts and avoid going down the spiral of negativity.

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  9. In my views if we stay cool and carm in difficult situations we can easily deal with rude people. By having cool nature we can easily hear why the person is rude and we can break his cycle of rudeness as well as what he is trying to speak.

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  10. I would like to go with point no. 1. Accord to me , to stay calm in such type of situation is must, beacuse If you are having full control on your mind , than you can face any worst to worst situation very easily with a very positive approach.

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  11. Greetings of the day
    Realize that rudeness is nothing new.
    Rudeness seems to be part of human nature. We’ve been complaining about it since the beginning of time — Plato famously ranted about disrespectful and ill-mannered youths. Rude behavior can easily become a habit for many people. We often simply overlook or forget the importance of showing kindness, sympathy and understanding to others.

    Rude behavior is catching: it tends to trigger more negative behavior. But if we can see that these negative behaviors hamper our productivity, our happiness and our health, we can recognize the importance of putting a stop to such conduct. Rudeness is nothing new, but that doesn’t mean we have to continue the cycle of rudeness.

    Regards
    Shriya

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  12. Greetings of day!!!!
    Some rudeness is a simple case of bad manners. But often, a person who’s rude to you does so because they feel frustrated about something—and if it’s within your power to resolve their frustration, you may see them switch from rudeness to gratitude in seconds. A word of warning, though: only offer help if you can provide it immediately, as an offer of help “later on” can add to their feelings of frustration.

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  13. Greetings
    I feel we should not loose our cool and try to understand the reason behind such behaviour. If the person is rude to you without any reason then you should make them realise calmly and try to avoid such negative personalities .
    Regards

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  14. Greetings of the Day
    I am going to not lose your coolness when you are dealing with rude people. React to rudeness with kindness. Don’t let a rude person cause you to respond with more of the same hurtful thing. Rudeness comes from a place of upset, either with ourselves or the circumstances around us, so one of the best ways we can deal with disrespect is by listening conscientiously, asking questions and making sure we understand the other person’s grievances.
    Regards
    Mandeep pgt

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