How do we deal with bullying?

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Bullying

Bullying can happen in any number of places, contexts, or locations. I am much conscious of Bullying because I know how it feels to feel the way that you do not wish to. It is a very dangerous thing to go through and people need to realise this, unless you’ve been there yourself some do find it hard to understand. 

Types of bullying: 

Physical

  • Hitting
  • stealing
  • Tripping
  • Pushing
  • Hair Pulling

Verbal

  • Name calling
  • Offences
  • Threatening
  • Comments (sexual, racial)

Social Bullying

  • Laying and spreading rumours
  • Leaving someone out on purpose

Cyber Bullying

  • Online threats
  • Spreading / making of rumours
  • Hate comments / texts / sharing via social media

You’d think that bullies would have disappeared by time we’ve reached adulthood, but some people never grow out of being a great dick. Bullies can still harass you, put you down, and even undermine your work.

There’s so many adults, out there that don’t…

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Narcissism A Mini Series 2/2

Thank you for popping by to read the second part to this series. This post will not only share true accounts of victims who have endured the abuse from narcissists, but it will also aim to analyse each story and try to asses the abuse methods and narcissistic traits involved, so that we may better… Read More Narcissism A Mini Series 2/2

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New Job

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In an effort to reduce stress in my life (for a variety of reasons), I have been looking for a new job and I found one!  I have been praying for a new position.  I had been at my previous position for over five years.  While it’s not the longest time, in today’s job market, it’s still considerable.

I left a company that had HUGE turnover (seasonal workers ‘n all) and went to a company where there is just me and another lady in the office.  The entire company has less than 20 employees.  Talk about a difference!

I do have to learn an entirely new industry, but so far it’s not too bad.  Seems I have the most technological information here.  My boss just learned to check his own emails within the past year.  Yea, I said “wow” too.  I’m so used to chaos, reporting to three or four…

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Let Me Ask You a Question – 3/15/18

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Read my post on comparing yourself to others and then…Let me ask you a question:

What do you think is the most damaging thing about comparing yourself to others?

Why Discipline Is the Key To Success

Danny

Why Discipline Is the Key To Success…

There is no other skill more important than discipline.

And so we are all on the same page by what I mean by “discipline”, let’s define it accurately.  Merriam-Webster dictionary defines discipline as: “training that corrects, molds, or perfects the mental faculties or moral character.”  I like to think of discipline as doing something even when you don’t want to do the task.

For instance, a good example of discipline would be going to the gym when your mind is working overtime to convince you to take a day off.  Discipline is when you make the right food choice even when your mind is trying to convince you to get the double chocolate brownie sundae.

There is no skill stronger than discipline when you are trying to reach a goal or find a higher level for yourself.  Discipline is the skill that will allow you to overcome any obstacle.  Discipline is the power behind the goal; the fuel in the tank.

All success is built on discipline.

Life is tough and people will use every opportunity to say I told you so.  Life will try to beat you down.  Life will try to convince you, you are not good enough.  Life will kick you in your arse.  Life will try to rob you of victory.

So why would someone make decisions which help life beat them down even more?  Why help and provide fuel for the negative?

What I try to focus on is adding fuel to the positive.  I work to make better food decisions which keeps my body a little more fit which allows my mind to be even stronger.  I read to learn and edify my knowledge.  I write to express myself artistically.  I work hard at my job to be the best I can be.  I work to practice discipline so that I give myself every opportunity to reach every goal I set.

When you don’t practice discipline and you make poor choices about yourself, then in a huge way you are helping life kick you straight in your butt.  You are helping prove the naysayers right.  Poor decision-making lends support to the same force which is working against you.

Why would anyone do this?

But people do it every single day with their food choices.  They do it every single day when they decide to lie around and watch hours of television.   They do it every day when they decide to cut corners.

Do yourself a favor and stop helping life kick your own arse.  Start practicing discipline and make better choices which benefit you, your mind, your spirit and your body.

Danny

Does Smart Phone Focus Make You Selfish?

Danny

Does Smart Phone Focus Make You Selfish?

Selfishness exists in the U.S. in one major way: people are absorbed into their smart phones and rarely look up.   Now why do you think I label looking down at a smart phone as selfish?   I label this as selfish because looking down at one’s smart phone makes one less aware of what is going on in the world around them.  At worst it is self-absorbed.

Now I will admit there was a time when my go-to move in public was to kill time by diving into my smart phone or tablet.  I don’t do that any longer or at least I try to not do it the majority of the time.

It is interesting to be out in public and not use your smart phone.  You will notice that the vast majority are walking around while looking down.  Many are watching videos or checking their status on social media, but still, they are looking down and not paying attention to the real world.

I wonder what the long-term effects will be of raising a generation who are obviously addicted to technology?  Will humans turn out to be like the humans in Wall-E?  I not sure what the impact will be, but I am certain it isn’t entirely healthy.

I enjoy people watching.  I enjoy looking up and seeing other humans.

I think people need a reminder to look up.  I have begun to leave my phone at home or in my car when I don’t need it.  I do not place it on the table when eating.  I am beginning a slow disconnect from it when I don’t have to have it on me.  And I feel better when I don’t have it on me at all times.

It feels good to be disconnected if only for a few minutes.

Danny