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“Refuse to Fight Small Battles with Petty People, Your Life is Bigger and Better Than That.” | Amy Rees Anderson’s Blog

Next we have to remember that you cannot “fix” someone else.   Everyone has to take responsibility for their own actions, and when we mistakenly think that we have the ability to change another person we only end up bringing ourselves down in the process, rather than lifting the other person up.  Often in trying to “fix” a petty or mean person we end up facilitating their bad behavior and making excuses for them, which only encourages them to continue their bad behavior.

Source: “Refuse to Fight Small Battles with Petty People, Your Life is Bigger and Better Than That.” | Amy Rees Anderson’s Blog

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