Mean/hurtful People

 

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When people, family, friends, strangers say or do mean or hurtful things to you, remember this.  Hurt people hurt, healed people heal.

Perhaps you’ve heard “All attack is a cry for help.

They are in pain of some sort; & instead of processing & integrating their pain in a healthy beneficial way to transform it into an opportunity for gifts & blessings,– instead, they improperly even unconsciously and naively project their hurt on you to heal or relieve it.  It doesn’t work.

This often is like an emotional virus that they unknowingly try to spread to others.  Don’t let them do this to you! Show them love & compassion back.

Unaware people can catch the virus & react back in the same negative fashion & thus, the emotional virus starts to grow, expand & fester & sometimes spread to others.

This is a major problem we have in the world, that, simple education practice & example can help heal & resolve.

So we can learn & practice  instead, to spread a healing virus.

To work & play to be less of a person who unconsciously reacts quickly to negative remarks/behaviors , to one who practices consciously responding, using Compassion & Love.

We do this by learning to recognize & understand that we don’t take things personally because we realize and understand that people who are mean and hurtful don’t have the tools or understanding yet, to step back from their hurt, their perceived woundedness & learn to process it, heal it and integrate it’s blessings.  But we do.

Thus, we become the leaders, the teachers, the exemplars on how to respond.  Sometimes this is very difficult, especially when it’s close family members & friends.

Some peoples energy or character & personality for what ever reason, can sometimes create a negative charge within us.  If so, we do well, to look at why we are having that emotional charge & transform it.

When people say or do mean, hurtful, unkind, unfair things to us, they are the ones hurting!  So we can help bring clarity to people who are acting mean & hurtful by asking questions.

So have love & compassion on them, ask them:

“What’s hurting you so much that you have to hurt me to heal it?”

“What do you want or need so badly that you feel you have to hurt me to get it?”

“Is there a way I can help you to have that without giving up who I am?”

This can stop them from their anger & hurt & bring a new perspective from which to look at themselves, if they are willing.

If so, you can explore their hurt and how you and they can heal it or at least soothe it a bit, the interaction becomes a gift and blessing.

When we meet up with a mean, hurtful, person remember this, of which I had written in my spiritual note book,  something Neale Donald Walsch wrote:

“Greet each instance of hurt with compassion & love.”

“Compassion for the other persons lack of understanding (we have all been there at one time or another),  love for the other person’s humanness & their attempt–however apparently misguided–solve their dilemma & keep on trying to make life work.”

Be the example you’d like to see in others.

Was this article helpful? Did you like it?  You can comment below.

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Related & of interest see: Compassion Exercise & The Bully Souloution

 

11 Responses to Mean/hurtful People

  1. Cheryl says:

    Marko
    I have had an experience with a family member just recently. I just couldn’t let it go
    because of hurt. Thank you for reminding me that they are hurting, and crying out
    for help. I worked through it, and now I’m back on track. The timing of reading your
    post was perfect of course, as things always are.

    Cheryl

  2. Marko says:

    I’m very happy to hear that Cheryl. It’s a very common problem in the world, one where there is a solution if we but act on it.
    Magical blessings,
    -Marko

  3. Shell says:

    Stumbled upon your website via Google and was so glad to have read this wonderful article — thank you! Am sending it to my daughter in college, who unfortunately has to deal with a hurtful roommate. =( God bless you!

  4. Marko says:

    Hi Shell, I’m glad it was helpful & you sent it to your daughter as well.

    I feel this is a healable problem if we but have the right tools, attitudinal perspective & receptivity. Be well & come back & pay another visit, lot’s of other fine articles that may be helpful on y/our wonderful journey in life.

    Magical blessings,
    -Marko

  5. Bonnie says:

    What if you respond with love and they continue to say mean things or laugh at you?

  6. Bonnie says:

    I did already what if I get laughed at if I respond with love?

    • Lauren says:

      Bonnie,
      Some people cannot be helped by a “quick fix” fo a few kind words. Remember to be discerning about the company you keep. For those mean people , why not just minimize your contact with them, and stick to good friends who don’t pull you down.

    • Marko says:

      Bonnie says”I did already what if I get laughed at if I respond with love?” I’d keep right on loving Bonnier & never fear the consequences of your loving energies, never.

      Magically,
      -Marko :Compassion & Love

  7. Marko says:

    Bonnie please read the Bully Soulution http://www.markoworld.com/the-bully-soul-oution/

    After that, let me know if you still have questions.
    Magically,
    -Marko

  8. joanne says:

    What do you do when the person is your son? He was hurt in Iraq and lives with us. He is on pain medication and uses illegally purchased drugs at times. Today he blew up at me and said many hurtful things. How do I get to the point I am not hurt. I don’t know how much more I can take. It has been 9 years. My husband suffers from severe depression and anxiety. what happens to them if something happens to me?

  9. Marko says:

    Dear Joanne, I’m so sorry for the pain for you and your family.

    The good news is there is hope. Your son sounds like he needs help with PTSD or post traumatic stress disorder. It would be very wise to get him help. Try http://maketheconnection.net/conditions/ptsd?gclid=CLHu7OW8iLwCFWoS7AodrDkA8A

    Also, counseling for your husband & perhaps some medical help if that’s helpful.

    For yourself I would recommend spending time each day holding space for you, your son and husband in Light & Love. Trusting that, that Light & Love energy you visualize & meditate on will also benefit you and them.

    Finally I would have you check out the book by Neale Donald Walsch called “When Everything Changes, Change Everything.” On dealing with difficult change in your life. It has a site:
    http://cwghelpingoutreach.com that you can go to for free help as well.

    I hope this helps.

    Magically,
    -Marko

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