If you live right and do the right things in life, theoretically nothing bad will happen to you right?
You got a job. You provide for those who care and love about you. You may have even taken more educational classes to further improve your station in life.
You're law abiding. You don't cause trouble. You may even help your neighbors or volunteer your time.
An upstanding citizen.
There is absolutely no reason why someone else would "mess with you". None.
It's not logical for them to. You haven't done anything wrong.
Unfortunately, when dealing with certain personality types, none of that matters.
You cannot reason with an unreasonable person.
- It might be your neighbor starting issues where none previously existed.
- It might be a co-worker subtly harassing you.
- It might be an old flame who won't leave you alone.
- It might be someone whipping up lies about you to your friends, family, co-workers, in person, and or on social media.
There's theoretically no justification for their behavior.
You've tried to communicate them. Tried to reason. That's what's reasonable people do! That's logical.
And you're right. Trying to resolve your differences or make someone else see your position is a good first attempt.
But this person or these individuals won't stop. They aren't interested in resolution, which is not logical.
They keep escalating their behavior against you.
Now it's effecting your work, your relationships, your health, and your family.
It's time to face the truth:
You didn't do anything to deserve this behavior. You're dealing with an unreasonable person.
You cannot, CANNOT, reason with an unreasonable person.
It doesn't matter how good of a person you are, how much good you do, or how much other people love you. It doesn't matter if you obey the law and have a good reputation.
It doesn't matter if you're the mini-me of a saint.
You CANNOT reason with an unreasonable person.
Sometimes legal action is necessary to make the person stop or merely just as an act of self-defense.
You aren't manipulating anyone or anything by learning how to navigate the legal system for yourself, simply so can have a fighting chance in court. You aren't manipulating the system.
You're making the system play by its own rules, to make sure you're heard fairly, to make sure you can defend yourself against an unreasonable person's behaviors, because you've done nothing wrong.
The legal course walks you through it step-by-step. Only you can decide how much longer you're going to wait.
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