whoa whoa thats a bit harsh is this coming from a bully?

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Good question. A doormat is using passive behaviour and the bully aggressive behaviour. <br />
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I can't change someone's behaviour. If I match their aggression it will escalate until fight or flight takes place.<br />
What I can do is stay in assertive mode (I'm okay, you're okay) keep communicating, acknowledging, using self disclosure and by doing so encourage them to adopt the same behaviour.<br />
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So doormats are not doing anything to change the aggressive (bullying) behaviour. Are they to blame? Not if they don't know how to be assertive, only if they do know how to but choose not to.

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What a load of crap.... how could a 3 year old kid stand up to a 30 year old man?<br />
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No victims are just that... not doormats.... if you have ever been a victim you will understand.... <br />
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I don't feel like a doormat

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obligation of the victim to complain

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