If someone make fun of you.

Why i am writting this blog?

  1. Frankly speaking i have been there ,use to hate it earlier but made my way through it somehow.
  2. Hope that this blog may help one or two of you.

How to handle situations when you are made fun of?


  1. If someone makes fun of your physical appearence.

  • Just laugh it off first.
  • Do not show how much pissed you actually are. 
  • Make one or two comments of your own which supports his/her sentence about you and make sure  that they are actually hillarious.(through this way people around you will assume that this fact no longer effects your feeling or hurt your sentiments) and automatically they’ll turn the subject around.
  • People usually make fun of that person who easily gets irritated when made fun of , if you somehow are able to handle the situation  a bit differently that is by a fun way then you’ll be off the hook soon, not immediately but soon.


    2.If someone makes fun of your work.

    • In life you’ll always meet people that will make fun of your work, some out of jealously, some simply because they are better then you .
    • Firstly you should never take them seriously because that will just demoralise you.
    • Secondly when they make fun of your work just deal with it dont get frustated and take actions which aren’t necessary.
    • Ask for their advice and help( this will make them think that they are superior to you? Yes this is what you want ) through this was you’ll get advice and help that will improve your work and since it is now part of their creativity too, they no longer will be able to make fun of it.


      3.If someone makes fun of your future career.

      • Listen to their comments properly and quitely.
      • Appretiate them for their career choice tell them that you never think that much of your career. You just love it so you want to make this choice.
      • Dont find ways to tell them how cool or financially stable your career is (this will just make them think that you are obsessed with your career and they will make more fun of you).
      • Play cool with it keep updated with the stuff related to your career. You should be ready when someone asks any query about your career.(through this one can see the confidence in you which will help you).

      4.If someone makes fun of your financial status.

      • Put a nice normal smile on your face *not the creepy one* show them that you dont actually give a damn of how much money you make.
      • Normally in a conversation start comparing yourself with people who are beneath you and tell how comfortable our lives are but play cool with it, dont forcefully start a chat like this think of something that can lead the conversation to this topic
      • When someone makes fun  of your financial status never argue with that person, i mean never tell them how much you make or earn just to show off ( this will just make a fool out of you).  

      Hope you all liked it, this is my first blog so i am really sorry if there are some mistakes in it.
      -vatsal 

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      14 thoughts on “If someone make fun of you.

      1. Well, first of all: welcome! 😊
        Second, I think this was a really good first post.
        And third, I loved the advice you gave for the different situations. For the first one (physical appearance) second advice, I found it surprising because it’s not something I wluld do but after the explanation thought it was brilliant.
        Good luck on future posts! 😃

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      2. That is post is so full of helpful advice! I wish someone had told me this many years ago. I would have avoided so many awkward situations. Though, I’ve learnt through my experiences that take it light and laugh it out.
        Also, when you’re using ‘I’ do write in capital letter. For example, ‘why am I writing this blog’ in that sentence you have used small letter i.
        Apart from that, I think you have done a fantastic work! Keep writing!

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      3. First of all, congrats for the awesome start. You’re doing real good, you just don’t realize it 😉

        And as what the other comment said, you will get better so don’t worry about it and just keep doing this if you really do enjoy writing! But remember, as a writer, the fuel for your motivation is readers. If you stop getting ppl coming to read your work, you will likely lose the drive to write and eventually, your blog will die.

        My advice to help in getting and maintaining readership can be found here if you have yet to check it out, do take a look 🙂
        https://projectbiy.com/2016/06/24/blogger-recognition-award-and-my-advice-to-new-bloggers/

        Now, onto your article itself. I think it’s really cool that you’re giving other’s a sort of guidance on how to handle specific situations. In the past, I’d LOVE to get my hands on such “Manuals to life” as it’ll help make things so much simpler!

        BUT, I feel that in order for one person to truly evolve or develop? Never focus on the external factors. In other words, don’t focus on what the others say, do, nor think about you.

        Focus on the “Why” and mainly “You”. What do I mean by that?

        E.g. When someone tells you that your work is bad or weird? For one, ask yourself “Why is he saying this? Is it really bad?”. Then find out. If it’s really bad, then okay, learn what’s bad about it and improve upon it!

        Next-

        Focus on “You” by understanding yourself.
        Is your work’s level really THAT bad? So bad that after just ONE criticism, you’d be having doubt in yourself?
        If you want to talk about having a good overall life because of the impact from social life?

        One thing is for sure, you got to be more confident in yourself.

        Have confidence in YOU- Know and understand that there will be people out there who will not like you but there will also be others who will. Know your own value, and don’t let people tell you otherwise.

        If YOU don’t think you are good? Work on yourself. Notice that I said “If YOU don’t think you are good” and not “If OTHERS tell you that you aren’t good”.

        If you start to believe that you are good, you will start to get some confidence. As you slowly start to improve yourself and see results? Your confidence level will soar as you continue seeking self-development and seeing positive changes happening in your life! It will become a cycle of confidence and success. Pretty sure you can imagine it in your mind now.

        Take for example, I used to have A LOT of difficulties talking to women, not kidding lol! And one of the crippling factor for me then was that I did not have the confidence in me to even start a conversation with them. Not just women, even strangers lol!

        It wasn’t until I start to put myself out there and learn how to talk to people, going through lots of trial and errors myself, that I started to see that I can actually do it! I have the confidence in me, I just needed a reason to find it and a reason to get out there.

        Yeah, I’m not sure about you but I had social problems in the past hah! Anyway, there’s a reason why you wrote this article and I seriously appreciate it (As will your readers, I’m sure!) and I want you to know, in case you got the wrong idea here-

        My comment here is not me telling you that “It’s wrong to give people manual and tips to settle issues!”
        Instead, it’s me saying “Hey! Nice tips! But you know what? I think it’ll benefit your readers even more in their self-development if we can give them your guideline and add my little “mental training” in focusing on themselves instead of others all the time because in my experience, the focus on the self is the best way to build self-confidence which can help in solving a lot of problems in life cause by ‘Ineffective Socializing’!”

        Okay I’ll stop now lol. Hope you see what I mean bud!
        If you (Or readers) feel that my story may help you in your life? Feel free to check it out here:
        https://projectbiy.com/about-benjamin/

        My past experience might provide some new insights for you 🙂
        Alright, talk again soon bud, ciao!

        Your pal,
        Benjamin
        http://www.projectbiy.com

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      4. Mazel tov for your first blog vatsal!
        A good neat first blog which is quite appreciable. There were some points which made me go back and picture my own situation where I got stuck and felt embarrassed. Finally, i found a cool solution to that.
        Great start bro! Keep writing and blogging. Reading is my hobby. I wont miss any 😉

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