45 Times People Interacted With A ‘Karen’ And Shamed Their Behavior In This Online Group (New Pics)
Entitled people are annoying and we can't escape them, however, they also tend to provide us with endless hilarious content.
You could be casually walking your dog or patiently waiting in line for some coffee when, out of nowhere, a random stranger might approach you and start demanding that you prove you are allowed to do something or yell at you for doing it wrong. Despite their passion for nitpicking others, these people are also somehow the ones who confidently wear a wedding dress to a wedding as mere guests.
Getting to know all the possible situations in which you could accidentally interact with a 'Karen' might get you prepared to stand your ground more confidently and record it while you are at it because usually, those situations turn into comedy gold.
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Dealing with entitled customers is the worst nightmare that service workers constantly face. However, if you don’t get in contact with random people a lot, you might be lucky by only being acquainted with them through other people’s experiences. Their unrealistic expectations, inability to accept ‘no’ as an answer, and high demand for attention are typical entitled person behavior.
To work around such people, you will need to become more aware of your limits so you will immediately notice when your boundaries are being crossed. To set them, though, you consistently have to remind them of it. Another skill is assertiveness. It is important to be able to stand your ground when facing difficult people. However, it's better not to lose your cool and to stay as calm and polite as possible.
Most importantly, to maintain your mental health, just don’t take anything these people say or do personally. Our actions and perceptions reflect our mindset, and that is the same for entitled people. They are projecting their twisted sense of entitlement onto other people, which is not a commentary on your worth.
However, not everything revolves around those people and solving their behavioral problems, so just before going in contact, try to evaluate if the energy you will invest is worth it. Such people can be draining and harmful because they use psychological violence, and your mental health is more important than these people’s entitlement will ever be.