Friday, September 22, 2017

Dealing with Difficult People Cards and Negative Words from Those Difficult People

by DrJudy on

As we discussed in the previous difficult people post when you are Dealing with Difficult People Cards, one of the most common in the pack is the Negative Norm.

These people that you come across in dealing with difficult people at work or at home are able to effortlessly wallow in constant negativity. Positive thoughts and words are non-existent or in short supply in coping with difficult people who are Negative Norms. They have the ability to see, hear and believe in more negatives than positives.

NEGATIVE WORDS FROM THESE NEGATIVE PEOPLE

To be certain that your Dealing with Difficult People Cards really contain a Negative Norm, here’s 21 negative words that you may well hear from these difficult people:

1. Disappointed
2. Hard
3. Concerned
4. Anxious
5. Upset
6. Let Down
7. Unable
8. Uneasy
9. Distressed
10. Worried
11. Gloomy
12. Undoable
13. Uncooperative
14. Impossible
15. Troubled
16. Offended
17. Uneasy
18. Unlikely
19. Problematic
20. Improbable
21. Failure

Yet these 21 words are only the start of the negative words that Negative Norms use in their conversation.

DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE NEGATIVE WORDS

So to be sure that you are really dealing with a Negative Norm, listen to the type of words they use in general conversation. Negative Norms will be using many of the words above. And many more along the same negative line!

MORE IDEAS FOR DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE AT WORK AND HOME

There are more ideas to come! We’ll also be exploring other people in the Dealing with Difficult People Cards.

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