Being kind and not taking bullshit is a great combo. You may think it doesn't work but it truly does. That is called authentic living where you are being real and genuine. We have all been taken advantage of in the past and that can build resentment and bitterness if you don't take care of yourself. If you hold onto suffering, hold a grudge you may end up living a bitter life with zero compassion and empathy for others. What can you do to avoid a life full of bitterness? Deal with your issues and talk to the people that caused your grief if you can. There is nothing better than to release your frustration, in a kind way (if you can), towards the person that has been part of building that wall around you. It can also be small things such as a person butting in line in front of you and then letting that person know how you felt about the behaviour. Maybe you can let them know that the end of the line is over there and point towards that direction. It is important to deal with the issue immediately instead of stewing on it which will bring a negative vibe to your next meeting or when you get home to your loved ones. It will sip through your energy field and people will see that something is bothering you because your frequency changed to a lower and denser level. And that is when you can be real again and share what happened, which is another form of letting bullshit go.
Read this quote yesterday: "It is entirely possible to be a kind, loving person who refuses to tolerate bullshit. In fact, it is not only possible, it's absolutely necessary"
My name is Annica Johansson and I am a Career and Talent Coach. I am writing about personal development, daily musings, spirituality and depicting mother nature's amazing beauty.