How to Deal With Negative People 5 Ways to Disarm Toxic People 6 months ago   01:32

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Hello, my name is Natalie Dee, I’m a personal life coach... in this video clip I will share some ideas that may help you deal with negative people.

There might be one negative person in your life right now, maybe a friend, a work colleague or a family member and knowing how to deal with negative people can be extremely challenging.

Firstly, it’s very important not to lose your sense of self; negativity can be infectious, so avoid being dragged down. Remain the happy, outgoing and positive person that you are.

Secondly, refrain from judging negative people; they have their reasons for being who they are, and you may not always understand. Be as patient and sympathetic as you can.

People often mimic others that they spend time with, so if you remain positive in the company of a negative person, you may find they begin to mimic you, and if they begin to adopt your positive persona and behaviour then this can only be a good thing.

If you want to work with your own personal life coach call me for a chat on: 020-3411 4888

Thank you, Natalie Dee
London Life Coach
Life Coaching for Life Changes, Balance & Personal Growth

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5 Ways to Disarm Toxic People How to Deal With Negative People 6 months ago   16:51

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