I wanted to share a question that's been on my mind.
We've been raised to believe that "being nice is good." Parents tell us to be kind to family, friends, and elders. When we're older and act normally based on our attitudes and beliefs, we can interact with people on three levels:
Level 1: Nice
Level 2: Neutral
Level 3: Nasty
A wise man once told me, "Not all people deserve to be nice to, and you need to be neutral or nasty when dealing with them," but I believe (and maybe I'm wrong) that I must treat everyone the same, regardless of what they deserve. My image and beliefs are what I value most.
I will mention some conclusions of the advantages of being extreme.
Advantages of being nice:
Advantages of being nasty:
Although being neutral may be the best option, it needs to be done with a bit of emotional intelligence and a lot of practice.
Now, I will pass the question to you all. If you feel you need to master controlling your emotions, feel free to check out our recommended courses.
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