I’m sure we’ve all felt embarrassed and hurt by someone at some point in our lives. Having to cope with these uncomfortable and negative feelings can be really tough. Yet, even if we succeed in overcoming these bad situations, we always feel that something is missing.
Any idea what that might be? I believe we can all agree that it’s the need to make the person who embarrassed or hurt us feel guilty for what they’ve done. Whether this will ease off your pain and discontent or not, you can never be completely sure.
Yet, if you want to make the person who did you wrong aware of it, and if you don’t want to get hurt again, you must make them pay for it by feeling guilty.
Here is a fine example of how you can do it:
A guy asked a girl on a bus;
“Do you mind if I sit next to you?”
The girl answered loudly: “I DON’T WANT TO SPEND THE NIGHT WITH YOU!!!”
All the passengers on the bus began staring at the guy and he got embarrassed.
A couple of minutes passed and the girl walked quietly to the guy’s seat and said to him: “I study psychology and I know what a man is thinking, – I suppose you got embarrassed, didn’t you?”
The guy responded loudly: “$300 JUST FOR ONE NIGHT!? THAT’S TOO MUCH!!!”
All the passengers on the bus looked at the girl in a state of shock and the guy said quietly to her:
“I study Law and I know how to make someone feel guilty”
See? It doesn’t look difficult at all! You have to show that you value yourself, and teaching people how to respect you is a good way of achieving that.