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What Do You Do, If People Don't Treat You Right In Life?

What do you do, if people don't treat you right in life?

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@poster,

This is a normal occurence in life. When people dont treat you right in any relationship, it is ur time to shine. Let the stone rejected by builder turn to the stepping stone

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1.If everyone doesn't treat you right you have to 1st reexamine how you treat people. Maybe you are nasty!

2. It might be that you are moving with the wrong people .

3. You might be paranoid and need psychiatric help too.

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You have no power over what people do to you because you cannot control their actions. It is what you do to people that matters 'cause you are responsible for your own actions. If you decide to pay people back in their own coins, you might end up being the devil yourself.

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i walk the out on them, if you can treat me wrong means you deserve to be with me in the first place so i ll jst do away with such person

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The coolest guy (JESUS) in the world was treated nasty, who are you? Not all must treat you right. Live with it! What u should do is try to treat others right no matter what.

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Live for the moment & make each day count. Thinking about how other people treat you will only make things worse. Have faith and believe that one day it'll get better.

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@poster

some people might treat you wrong but, yet, believe that they are treating you right (for some reason or another)

so the first thing to do immediately after someone is treating you wrong is to let them know how you feel about being treated this way.

sometimes just a quick word will settle the matter but if they persist then remove this person completely from your life (if you can).

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@ebonyeyes, thank you

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Quite vague! Be more explicit, what kinda relationship? Friends, relatives or lovers? Different scenario might require different approach, but it all boils down to one basic principle. . . seek to understand and then be understood, suffice it to say. . . what is the root cause of the issue?

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