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How to learn to put people in their place: the psychology of speech attack

In the modern world there is a lot of rudeness. At times, you can come across it almost every day . And in this situation, very often people just get lost. They don’t know how to resist rudeness and unceremoniousness. To use force, or is it better to use another weapon?

Put the person in place!

So, in order not to fall into a stupor when a similar picture begins, you should have some kind of psychological preparation, which includes:

– First, you need to develop a sense of confidence . This will allow, without unnecessary emotions and without losing dignity, to respond to criticism from others, even if it is expressed in a rude manner;

– Then you should work out a psychological balance. Unbalanced people get irritated very quickly and as a result get lost in a situation when a person needs to be put in place;

mastering the methods of effective communication: the right reasoned speech, intonation, gestures, facial expressions. It also indicates a person’s self-confidence. With such skills, any attack will be fearless;

Learn to understand the interlocutor, his character, psychological attitude. And then it will be much easier to resist attacks.

All these psychological skills are very necessary in the process of communicating with people. And not only when the opponent attacks, but also in normal communication. They most often form in childhood, but not all to the end.

Unfortunately, not everyone can develop all these qualities within themselves. And further it suffers. After all, he can’t stand up for himself or someone close.

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