Coping with public humiliation

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Coping with public humiliation

Humiliation is a strong emotion and it cuts deeply


Own it

Are you going to shape who you are and how you look and talk based on what others might think?

Don't let your confidence die

You have a choice to make : To accept to the situation you are forced into or to grow from it.

Embrace Failure

This might be the best thing that might have happened to you. It'll be transformative

Liberate yourself from the fear of judgement

Above all, be the hero of your life and not the victim

We can all agree when I say that " Being humiliated and insulted in front of an audience is the worst nightmare of our lives"

And Coping with Public Humiliation can be really hard!

Humiliation can affect us so deeply that a lot of people even go to the extent of living an inauthentic life to prevent being humiliated. From the jobs they do to the way they dress to the person they date, everything is chosen based on the perspective of what people might think of us. Some people stay in a miserable relationship because they don't want to be perceived as a failure.

And even listening to it, you would know that it is really messed up.

But having experienced humiliation first hand, I know how horrible it feels to be laughed at for being who you are and doing what you like.

"The world will never stop judging"

It is a sad fact but each and every one of you know it!

How do I deal with humiliation?

1) OWN IT

I will tell you something, no matter what you do, no matter how you look, you will be judged in the worst possible way.

Are you worried that people would  think you are a loser? That you look fat? That you look like a tramp? That you are a fool? That you are dumb?

The secret is , someone somewhere is thinking that you are all those things already.

ASK YOURSELF

Are you going to shape who you are and how you look and talk based on what others might think?

No. You don' Be your authentic self. Do the things you love. Be with the people you love.

If you let humiliation paralyze you, you will live the rest of your life pleasing others and the person staring back at you in the mirror would never actually become who he wants to be.

2) DON'T LET YOUR CONFIDENCE DIE :

"Humiliation is a strong emotion"

It is often related to embarrassment but humiliation cuts deeper. Because it is forced upon you by others.

And if you even had a little bit of pride and dignity, a public humiliation would destroy it. And that would mean, your confidence would significantly reduce.

Now you have a choice to make : To accept to the situation you are forced into or to grow from it.

"Confidence, just like other muscles can grow with training"

Remember, if you let your confidence die and accept the opinion of a few narcissistic people, you might not live the life of your dreams. You need confidence to get health, wealth and love.

" Put yourself out there and take risks "

Risks comes with reward and you need confidence for it. Remember that.

3) EMBRACE FAILURE

I CAN TELL YOU THIS

"The more we get rejected, the more we fail, the more we grow"

GROWTH MINDSET

Embrace failure. This might be the best thing that might have happened to you. In fact, in silicon valley, if a company crashes, the people celebrate because they consider failure to be an opportunity for growth.

I know failure isn't comfortable. The path to growth is really rough and that's why US Navy seals have a quote :

" Get comfortable being uncomfortable"

Am not asking you to seek humiliation. I know it's awful and highly uncomfortable but you'll know that you can survive. It will be transformative.

4) LIBERATE YOURSELF FROM THE FEAR OF JUDGEMENT

How good it would be if we could just end the fear of failure and humiliation? How different the world would look if people are free of the fear of judgement?

 Maybe my mom would have been a happy teacher instead of a doctor. Maybe my brother would have been a famous chess player and maybe my roommate would have become the greatest writer in the world. Maybe I would have quit college and become a full time vlogger. Some of it might sound risky, yes. But isn't that what you are and what you want?

They call it the failure fetish.

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" Above all, be the hero of your life and not the victim"

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