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Is the Revenge Dish Best Served Cold? – How to Safely Deal With Injustice — 4 Comments

  1. Hello John. There were such situations in my life when I was hurt by some of my coworkers. In the beginning, I was hoping something bad will happen to them, that they will lose their position in the company for example. Later I chose to ignore them as much as possible and reduce contact and communication to the minimum. Excluding them from my life was a good solution, I no longer have any feelings (good or bad) for them.

    Regards

    Debora

    • Well done Debora, you have done exactly what you had to do and I am sure that these people are now realizing how wrong they were to treat you like that and are really feeling bad about it. You never know, maybe one day they will come back to you and apologize, it will then be your choice to accept or not. But that’s not important as you have won by responding more intelligently than they have. You are the winner Debora!

      I wish you the very best of health and happiness.

      John

  2. Hi John,
    Very interesting insight and eye catching title! I agree with you that having feeling of revenge will have health consequences and it is better to deal with sorrow or disappointment with a healthy outlet. These are important yet simple tips to have a more positive and constructive attitude. Thanks for the great article!

    • Thanks very much for reading my latest article and for taking the time to share your wise views on the subject David. 

      I wish you the very best of health and happiness!

      John

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