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Don't allow these people to get to you

Updated: Apr 26, 2019


One of the biggest sources of mental pain that I hear about from people at my presentations and through email is the pain they endure because they take what others say about them personally.


When we start to unfold why people act out with anger, jealousy, or judgement we can start to forgive and start to heal.


Those who judge and hate for no reason are holding on to emotions that they have never let go. Those who spread rumours about you and find their days wanting to only concentrate on when you fall short of something and neglect to see all the amazing things you do are suffering inside.


Realize that when they contribute to this type of negative behaviour that they are suffering internally. If they lived a peaceful life they would not feel the need to hate, judge, ridicule, and contribute to other negative behaviour.


Stay strong and keep your chin held high.


Don’t allow the negativity of others to get to you. One of the worse things you could do is to allow them to see you being affected by what they say or do. If you want them to stop the behaviour and they know you are being affected by what they say, this is only going to fuel them with more energy to keep on saying or doing what they are doing.


Simply ignore what they are saying and eventually they will stop because they will soon begin to realize that they no longer have an audience that is being affected by their lifestyle.


You are stronger than you know. Use your inner strength to make sure that they see you not being affected from their negative lifestyle. It goes without saying that if you are being abused or bullied then reaching out for help is a must. However, this post is merely about what others think about you, if they judge you, gossip about you, or simply don't like you.


Stay determined to not allow the negativity of others to steal your joy.



Always keep in mind...


Step number one in dealing with a mental health issue is reaching out for professional help (Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Therapist, etc.).


The information provided on this website is for educational purposes only.


It is not for diagnosing, prognosticating, treatment or prescribing of mental health conditions. 


For the treatment of any mental health condition or disease, or drug therapy, please consult your physician or other healthcare providers.


If you are experiencing a mental health crisis please call 911 or visit your hospital immediately.


When you’re in a place in your life where you can make positive changes, the techniques Jeremy delivers on this website, in his presentations and in his books may help.


The information provided on this website is for educational purposes only. It is not for diagnosing, prognosticating, treatment or prescribing of mental health conditions. 

For the treatment of any mental health condition or disease, or drug therapy, please consult your physician or other healthcare providers.

 

When you’re in a place in your life where you can make positive changes, the techniques Jeremy delivers on this website and in his presentations and books may help in reducing stress & anxiety.

 

Just like a broken bone can occur due to several reasons, stress and anxiety can occur for many different reasons. Biological issues, imbalances, trauma, and a multitude of different causes are directly related to how stress and anxiety can occur.

 

Jeremy's books, workshops, presentations etc. concentrates on two distinct causes; 1) negative racing thoughts and 2) how we react to particular stressful situations. 

 

This presentation also concentrates on how our thinking can play a role in helping shape our lives in a more positive manner. 

 

When dealing with anxiety or overwhelming stress, the first step should be reaching out for professional help (Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Therapist, Counsellor, etc.). 

If the stress or anxiety that you experience is caused by how you typically react to situations or your negative thought patterns, the information on this website and in Jeremy's presentations/books may help.