Behind The Bully’s Fake Superiority

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Instead of putting in the work to improve and better themselves, bullies would rather tear down and destroy another person to look bigger and better than what they are. Understand that bullies never build up, they tear down. They do not create or restore, they destroy. And they don’t add to anything, but they subtract from everything.

Understand that bullies are losers, and they cannot survive in a meritocracy. They have no redeeming characteristics and no real personalities nor qualities. So, in being the weak and pathetic losers they really are, bullies tap into the only power they have left- their last resort, and they make a last-ditch effort to preserve their fragile egos.

They select a person to target and say something mean and hurtful. If that person is you, you’re naturally shocked at first and you feel off balance. Next the shock wears off and you begin feeling the pain in your heart.

If you’re a target, chances are really good that you’re a decent person and you’ve been raised with morals. You’ve been taught to treat others as you yourself would want others to treat you. And like any good person, you won’t be able to understand how or why people would be so mean-spirited and vicious to another person.

After having this happen to you for so long, you wonder, “Was it something I said? Something I did that rubbed them the wrong way?”

You then begin developing negative thoughts because others have made you feel completely worthless and useless. But!

Realize that this is a trap and if you’re not careful, you will fall into the habit of demeaning yourself. Instead, make a promise to yourself and keep it. Promise yourself that you will no longer let someone else define you. Promise yourself that you will no longer let another person decide your worth, that you will never allow other people to decide your successes or failures, or what your capabilities are.

It’ll be hard at first. But make a conscious, intentional, and concerted effort not to value the opinions and insults of a bully. Understand that you have no control over other peoples’ actions, behaviors, nor opinions. If they have a problem with you, it’s their problem, not yours.

Many of my classmates would come out and tell me, “You know what? I’ve got a real problem with you…” They had a problem alright, that much was true. But their problem wasn’t my problem.

Understand that people only look down on you to make themselves look and feel superior, and to bring you down to their level. Realize that people look down on you to conceal their own jealousy, emotional/mental instability, low self-esteem, and insecurity.

Here’s another reason people look down on you. Because it works for them- makes them feel powerful. It works because you give them validity by placing too much value to their opinions. If you didn’t, why else would you give their childish behavior and petty insults any energy at all?

You owe it to yourself to learn and see what’s behind the mask of superiority. You must see through the facades that bullies put up. And once you do, it will no longer bother you when people look down on you. In fact, you might even see the hilarity in your bullies’ collective fakery, and give them a scoff and a horselaugh as you walk past them. Now that’s the way to take the wind right out of their sails!

Then allow yourself a few chuckles, because, at the end of the day, these people really are quite entertaining- and pathetic.

With knowledge comes empowerment!

0 thoughts on “Behind The Bully’s Fake Superiority

  1. Jim Wingrove says:

    This is all applicable for everybody everywhere. I think our current society is producing more bullies than ever. You are more likely to rum into them now than when I was a kid. I can see situations where a young person might feel she is surrounded by them at home, at school, at work, in their neighbourhood, on social media, in pop culture. It could easily push you into deciding to become a bully. But then you might lose your soul. 😊🤗

  2. LaShelle says:

    There’s a saying I love that’s honestly easier said than done, but it goes like this: “How others think and feel about me is none of my business.”
    Even if they make it my business, it’s truly not my business. I’m learning that when their burden is too heavy to hold and they try ti place it on me… I don’t have ti carry it. I can give it back to them. I don’t need to respond to it even though it’s hurtful. I don’t need to acknowledge it even though sometimes I really want to. I don’t have to be a doormat, but I’m certainly not required to carry it for them. A simple “How sad for you!” Will suffice. Anywho I’m so sorry this happened to you!!

  3. Kym Gordon Moore says:

    An asshat? OMG! 🤣😆😜😂😅😁😝 What’s behind the mask of superiority? Nothing! Absolutely nothing!!! 😱🤨🙄 Great post Cherie and I love the humor you wove into the message! 😆

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