Monday, June 3, 2024
Google search engine
HomeWELLNESSHow To Cope With Intimidation

How To Cope With Intimidation

Do you want to know how to cope with intimidation? This post is definitely for you.

Being intimidated is one of the awful and bad feelings we face this age as a youth. As bad as it is, we most times don’t know when it started because it’s a natural mechanism built around our ego and for some people, it’s their protection mechanism. Feeling intimidated means having a feeling that someone success or achievement is a threat to us or we having the thought that they don’t deserve it while we do.

This is quite a bad thought to have because everyone deserve something good and the fact that you haven’t received yours doesn’t mean others don’t deserve Thiers. For example, a friend of yours may get a car and instead of you to be happy for the person, you’re feeling some resentment about it, thinking of yourself rather than focusing on the person’s success right now.

Some even go as far as showing it obviously that they aren’t happy about the success of the other person. This also is called beefing or envy. We shouldn’t be intimidated by anyone’s success because everyone will have theirs when it’s the right time.

The following are practical ways to handle intimidation:

Instead of been intimidated, be motivated

In my own word, motivation is the positive side of intimidation. Instead of thinking those people’s success is a threat to you, why don’t you be motivated by success and try to do more so you can attain that same position one day. This is quite a working tips though it sound like you’re trying to walk at people’s pace however, some of us aren’t trying to walk in our own pace in life.

The real fact is we are slow but since the world doesn’t have a way of measuring people’s pace that will lead to success, we tend to be comfortable in it until someone challenge us. Be pushed to do more through their success.

Avoid the environment for some time

At the time when you’re feeling the intimidation, you should try avoiding the environment so you won’t have to show your envy to everyone. If you show this, you have been successful in creating an enemy for yourself instead of gaining more friends.

You can avoid having a one on one conversation with that your colleague that just bought a car so their words won’t be like they are mocking you. Help yourself.

Fight the negative thoughts

This seems to be the most important point of all these tips. It’s quite obvious that you feeling intimidated comes from your bad energy powered by your negative thoughts. Previous post have talked about how to deal with negative thoughts and this is one of the reason why you should. Most of all the bad things we engage in are powered by our negative thoughts and mentality. This is one way or the other is having a bad impression on us.

We should learn how to tame our thoughts and channel every of its products to good things. Try as much as possible to be happy for that your colleague deep inside your heart. Such happiness will attract your own happiness too.

Avoid the need to talk bad about the person

One of the things we human do is trying to talk bad about those that are doing well than us. We tend to see faults they aren’t seeing in their own lives because we are busy looking at their life while we left ours unattended to. Don’t you ever try talking bad about their achievement or trying to find a reason for their blessing?

I’ve heard someone saying he doesn’t work all year to save the money for the car, he stole the money from work because he’s the accountant. This is quite ridiculous. Imagine if someone say this about you too when you buy yours. What ever you sow, you will reap.

 Conclusion

 Keep your mind in perfect and positive shape and you won’t have to worry about people’s success. Use the time you have to develop yourself not monitor other people’s lives.

RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -
Google search engine

Most Popular

Recent Comments

Bukas on The Bond Part 2
Bukas on The Bond
Mrs Anoduaba' on THE CUSHION (Fiction)
Anoduaba' wife on TRAFFIC HARMONY PART 2
顾Nonso on TRAFFIC HARMONY
Madubugwu Blessing on DOES VIRGINITY MEAN HOLINESS?
Christina Uzuh on WHY I AM STILL A VIRGIN AT 30
Christina Uzuh on DON’T SHUT PEOPLE OUT
KashRox on MY CORPORATE AGBERO
Henjeezy on MY CORPORATE AGBERO 2
Paschal on Loving him part 2
Paschal on Loving him part 1
Paschal on Loving him part 1
Christina on Anayo Part 3
ROSYBAE on Anayo Part 3
ROSYBAE on Anayo Part 1
Henjeezy Henry on Anayo Part 2
Ibeh Emmanuel on Anayo Part 1
顾Nonso on ONE BOYFRIEND OF MINE
Madubugwu Blessing Sandra on 4 Best Chinese Movie Series To Watch
Madubugwu Blessing Sandra on 10 Africa Must Watch Best Movies
KashRox on Real Life Part 3
顾Nonso on ONE BOYFRIEND OF MINE
Okonkwo Paschal Ebuka on Real Life Part 1
Anoduaba ifeanyi Chris on Mortal Kombat (2021)
KashRox on STARTING A BLOG
Oranusi Desmond on SILENT STING
Oranusi Desmond on I THINK AM A RACIST (A poem)
Oranusi Desmond on I THINK AM A RACIST (A poem)
Stephen on STARTING A BLOG
Henjeezy Henry on I THINK AM A RACIST (A poem)
genevieve on STARTING A BLOG
Yhusea kings on STARTING A BLOG
Chetanna on STARTING A BLOG
Chukwuka on ONE BOYFRIEND OF MINE
Oranusi Desmond on ONE BOYFRIEND OF MINE
Oranusi Desmond on STARTING A BLOG
Charles Steve on STARTING A BLOG
Madubugwu Blessing Sandra on ONE BOYFRIEND OF MINE