Workplace bullying targets: you are badasses


Changing your life means figuring out what self-sabotaging beliefs and behaviors you have and instead creating a life you love. In the #1 New York Times Bestseller You Are A Badass, Life Coach Jen Sincero takes us on a journey through how to get rid of the garbage and how to say yes to the good life.

At the end of the day, …it’s about you believing you’re worthy of being loved and seen for who you really are.

Sincero explains:

When we agree to let ourselves down in favor of supporting the bad behavior of others, it often stems from the same impulse: We’re unwilling to make other people more uncomfortable than they just made us. Not terribly studly in the old self-love department, is it? By making them uncomfortable I mean declining to participate in their drama, by the way, not by being equally abusive back.

These insights don’t mean your reaction is to blame for your situation. Instead, you can make changes to get the sludge out of your life — for good.

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  1. Karla

    Love this! I work for the National Workplace Bullying Coalition, and we are currently collecting true stories from people who were bullied at work, and who have successfully overcome the challenges this traumatic experience brings. We are looking for stories that will touch the readers – other targets of workplace bullying – and help them discover tools and principles they can use in their own life. We are looking for stories filled with emotion, vivid images, and a clear path to resolution.

    Please contact me if you – or anyone you know – would like to join our movement and submit a story for our book! karla @ civility

    • Sudhir Suvarna

      Hello Karla, I worked as a Technology Project Manager in a reputed organization in London. I was bullied for almost 3 years and in the last 6 months mobbed. Suffered from PTSD, did not want to meet people or go to work. I did not even know about bullying or mobbing. It’s only through research I found out., I used to blame myself for what happened and had a low self esteem. Chronic depression that followed did not help. Worked on a started up. Failed thrice and now ready 4th time. I will do whatever it takes to succeed on my own. I am also offering moral support to people who are suicidal on Quora.

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