Is someone really bugging you at work?


Is someone really bugging you at work? That happens, doesn’t it? It’s happened to all of us. Okay, I’m going to tell you something you may not want to hear. According to Carl Jung, who basically is the founder of modern psychology, he says that whatever bugs you about somebody else speaks more about the work you need to do on yourself. He says it’s a displaced part of you. Hmm. I know you didn’t want to hear that part.

You see, we all have all good things within us, and we all have the bad things within us. But if someone is driving you crazy and every encounter with them is kind of like fingernails going down the chalkboard, know this: It probably has to do a lot more with you than about them.

So the last thing you want to do is complain about them, because you’re just revealing your own stuff. Instead, go have a productive conversation and ask for a behavior and listen to their responses with kindness in your heart and an opening in your spirit for a better relationship between the two. It’s your fastest path to your personal growth. What an opportunity to see people in the best light and realize that it’s okay to be human and imperfect. It’s part of the deal for everyone.

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