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Immunity to Other People’s Words – Queenisms

Immunity GrantedSometimes she felt fragile and sensitive

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to other people’s words and actions. She decided that’s not who she wanted to be anymore and as the strong Queen of her own life it was her choice to make. So she declared herself immune to other people’s nonsense. Phew! – Queenisms™

It’s very empowering to understand that you can accept or reject other people’s nonsense. So let your nonsense meter guide you and vow to consult it often.

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12 Responses to “Immunity to Other People’s Words – Queenisms”

  1. Connie says:

    ZEhen u can do that you’re really free.

  2. Susan says:

    Tthis could not have come at a better time. thank you…..

  3. cindy says:

    We’re so glad Susan and we hope you stay immune!

  4. mstingtang says:

    We become what we feast upon. Negativity and nonsense have no flavor for Queens who must have clear minds to make the best decisions and offer the best to others. Turn the N&N off but remember to turn up the volume of those ideas, conversations and notions that bring positive influence in your mind, then you can share the same with others.

  5. cindy says:

    Love that phrase “we become what we feast upon.” Thank you so much. We’re going to carry that with us for a long time.

  6. Cynthia says:

    Cindy and Kathy – the jolts are BRILLIANT and so much needed by all of us Queens, Princesses and little princess persons! Love to you both and thank you.

  7. cindy says:

    Queen Cynthia, we wish we’d known what we know now when we were younger. Thank you!

  8. diane smith says:

    This is telling me that by caring enough to step up for those I can and will help, and be thrown under the bus for doing so ie “no good deed goes unpunished”, I have to stop “caring” enough so I can’t allow that to happen to myself, because it matters not to those who would do that.

  9. cindy says:

    That’s not at all what we’re saying Queen Diane and we hear your frustration. We’re saying that you have a truth meter. We all do. So when others are “throwing you under the bus,” you know it and you have a choice to either continue letting them do so or telling them this behavior is no longer acceptable to you. When you stand up for yourself, you free yourself from the bondage of victimhood. When you’re whole and healthy and value yourself, you can hear those negative messages from others and think “I’m so sorry that person is in pain. I forgive them for lashing out and I’ll set a strong boundary to help them see that I’ll be there for them if they don’t pull me under.” We’d do it like this. “Wow, I hear the frustration, rage and/or fear in your voice. I’d like to support you but this isn’t really about me. It’s about you and your desire/need to judge/control me. I don’t allow that anymore. I understand that when someone changes the rules, which I just did, it can be frustrating. But these rules did change. So when you’re ready to talk with anger, manipulation or the expectation that I’m yours to rule, call me.”

  10. Lisa Rose Faga says:

    whew….just what I needed to hear today!!
    I think this is a constant for sensitive people like myself.
    And I agree totally that others anger lashed out on another is their own
    frustration, fear and rage. I am saying “it is unacceptable to speak to me like that”.
    But….I needed again to be reminded it is about the person raging. and slowly….they realize that they need to control themselves. It is a constant with me.

  11. janet says:

    Very smart reminder! If only other people could realize how much they;re hurting the people that are sensitive.

  12. Gloria says:

    Thank You! I just want to share that there is an excellent article to read about
    Toxic People; written by Dr. Ben Kim.

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