This may sound odd, but the truth is, as soon as you know the reason behind his arrogance you will pity him.
Arrogant people think that they are always right, they think that they know the best answers to all life problems and they think that they are better than most of the ordinary people.
Arrogance is no more than a shield that covers inner emptiness and sometimes an inferiority complex.
Arrogance is a defense mechanism used by the subconscious mind in order to prevent further criticism.
This arrogant person who is intimidating you feels inferior to someone else because this is how his mind works, this arrogance may be nothing more than a way to cover this feelings of inferiority he experiences when dealing with someone else.
An employee who doesn’t toe the line, who goes out of their way to cause problems, soon infects the whole environment and causes division, fear and stress. Perhaps you have a colleague who always takes credit for your ideas, who puts you down in meetings or blames you for the failure of tasks when it clearly wasn’t your fault.
So how you should handle a tricky colleague like this?
Since bully bosses are in a power position over you, they could make your work life a living hell (yes, more so than it already is) if you try to do something that embarrasses them or bruises their fragile egos.
With practical wisdom, she offers girls a peek behind the curtain to reveal what makes mean girls act the way they do and offers solid advice for responding in a way that doesn’t make your daughter a doormat, but takes the high road.
Teach your daughter to survive girl world with grace using some of Kampakis’ 5 tips for how to deal with mean girls: Much of the bad behavior mean girls exhibit is a desperate attempt to become—or stay—popular. Help your daughter to see that mean girls aren’t mean because their brave.
But that’s just what countless mothers are struggling to teach every day.
We want to raise kind, compassionate daughters in a social construct that is often anything but.