What to do When Someone Offends You

It is inevitable: Some person is going to say something rude, condescending, judgmental, or mean to you. Maybe even today. People can be cruel and thoughtless. Feelings get hurt. If you don’t believe me, hang out on Social Media for a bit – you will read how people have had terrible things said and done to them. You will also find articles and comments about how mean and judgmental people can be. It is all around us on a regular basis.

How do we react when these things come our way? I decided to help. I have taken it upon myself to make a flow chart we can follow when taking offense for something someone says, or does.

Here is some supporting documentation – there is much more…

*1 Choose to Be Offended “When we believe or say we have been offended, we usually mean we feel insulted, mistreated, snubbed, or disrespected.

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