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Give yourself Credit for your strength

  1. Give yourself credit for getting through an uncomfortable situation. It takes a lot of energy not to act like a jerk when someone else is behaving badly. Don’t skip this step!

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An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind

  1. Don’t act defensively. This is tough. You’re naturally not enjoying the other person saying nasty things or things that you know aren’t true. You’re going to want to defend yourself. But the other person is so emotionally revved up, it’s not going to help. Remember, this is ...

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Trust your Instincts and release your stress

  1. Trust your instincts. If your gut is saying, this is going downhill fast , be ready to do what you need to do to remain safe. Look for an exit strategy.
  2. One response does not fit all. You have to remain flexible. Although these guidelines ha...

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Follow the Tactics to calm things down.

What follows are the tactics that professional crisis intervention teams use, and you can learn them, too. You can use these techniques with your boss, a customer, a family member, even a stranger. Keep in mind: The closer your relationship the person, the more knowledge you’ll have of what will ...

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Tips may feel unnatural Initially but don't worry

These tips may feel unnatural at first. When you're dealing with a person behaving unreasonably, the fear response center in your brain (the fight-flight-freeze part) is going to be activated. This part of the brain can't distinguish be...

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You can't reason with an unreasonable person.

We’ve all been there—trying valiantly to reason with an incredibly difficult person. The situation proves frustrating, maddening, and sometimes even frightening. The truth is, you can’t reason with an unreasonable person. However, there are proven techniques to better manage such dicey situations...

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Understand them and Avoid smlint at them.

  1. Don't demand compliance. For example, telling someone who's upset to be quiet and calm down will just make him or her irate. Instead, ask the person what they are upset about—and allow them to vent.
  2. Saying, "I understand," usually makes things worse.

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Listen and Stay Calm

  1. Listen. Listening is the number one step in dealing with "unreasonable" people. Everyone wants to feel heard. No progress can take place until the other person feels acknowledged. While you're listening, really focus on what the other person is saying, not what you want to s...

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Don‘t argue instead of the same set limits and boundaries

  1. Don't argue or try to convince the other person of anything.
  2. Keep extra space between you and the other person. Your instinct may be to try to calm the other person down by putting your arm on theirs, or some other similar gesture that may be approp...

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Don't judge and learn their hidden agenda.

  1. Don’t judge . You don't know what the other person is going through. Chances are, if a person is acting unreasonable, they are likely feeling some s...

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