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How can I reduce my own stress when dealing with a overly jealous colleague?
Asked by Swati Pawar on 03/08/2012
I get affected by peoples opinions about myself and get disturbed easily when someone accuses me of things I havent done. I get stressed when people express wrongly percieved notions about some of my actions and talk about the same with colleagues. I don't say that I am always right but surely I expect people to verify facts before pointing fingers and analyse the situation before commenting on somethings. Over a period of time I have now become immune to petty office politics and try to pretend that I am not at all affected. However I think that people are jealous and thats why they behave the way they do. I need help in to make me realize my worth and help me analyse stuatuions before being presumptive. I would like to know if staying unaffected would help me grow because I thing its also necessary to kep a tab on the surrounding ongoings
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