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By: Michael E. Bernard, Ph.D.

While it is preferable to be treated fairly, kindly and considerately, there is no law of the universe that says I must be.
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People who act unfairly, inconsiderately, or unkindly may deserve to be penalized, but never to be totally condemned as rotten no-goodniks who deserve to be eternally damned.

Anger does not help in the long run; it is only temporarily effective at best.

Anger toward others frequently prevents me from getting what I want.

While it is undesirable to fail to get what I want, it is seldom awful or intolerable.

I can cope successfully with unfair people even though I strongly wish they would act better.

I wish others would treat me fairly but they never have to.

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I do not need other people to act well I only prefer it.

People act the way they do because that's the way they act tough!

I can live and be happy though not as happy with my significant other's fallibility.

My supervisor is fallible and will not always act fairly or competently. Tough that's the way fallible human beings work!

I can put up with this negative and hostile person, though it would be better if he/she acted better.




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