Reply To: How do we deal with verbal abuse?

Michelle Lawson

Airlane, frankly, and thankfully, this has only happened once or twice. But I suspect it could happen more often if the people thinking it, either actually cared to say it, or were kind enough not to, or afraid of what might happen to them if they did. So, to a certain degree, it can cut both ways. But my stance has always been to ignore it, so as not to feed it by giving them an excuse to continue. Just look straight ahead and go about your business. If it gets too uncomfortable, then try to extricate yourself from the location. And, regardless of who you are, I have always looked for places that would afford some degree of safety if something bad were to happen. Heck, you are taught not to walk down the middle of the road to stay safe; and this is not much different. Hugs, Michelle

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