Having to Talk to People That Bother You

There’s plenty of people in this world that we like. And then, there’s plenty of people in this world we don’t.

Seriously, people who bother us aren’t worth our time. It’s just always a hassle to talk to them, isn’t it?

Think about it. In your mind, the entire time you’re talking to a person that bothers you, you’re thinking, Gee, I wish I wasn’t talking to so-and-so now, or even, What was she thinking when she picked out that outfit? or, Why is his voice so annoying?

No matter what bothers you about the person, the idea is stuck in your head. And when something so prominent is stuck in your brain, you begin to zone out and think about it and not pay attention to what’s going on. And then, they wonder if you’re listening to them speak.

She's pissed.

No matter what dirty thoughts pop into your brain when a person who bothers you is talking to you, try to stay focused. It’s the best way to rid yourself of them quicker. Trust me.

And, let’s face it: when you talk to someone that bothers you, you don’t really want to be talking to them. And since you’re thinking about all the more important things you could be doing, the conversation drags on.

Here’s a good way to end a conversation.

Frankly, I try to avoid the people who bother me. It’s difficult sometimes because you don’t want to seem rude, but it’s easier than sitting through a long conversation with them (at least that’s what I think).


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