When you go to the office, your supervisor shouts at the top of their voice – consequently losing their temper. When you turn to your co-worker, they are quite unsupportive despite your requests.
On the other end, your client shouts at the top of their voice, because they feel they are paying for it, so they have all the authority in the world to yell!
These are typical scenarios that face us on a daily basis. Each one of us have met a rude person in one occasion or the other.
But why are these people so rude? Are they mistaking rudeness for strength or authority?
Must they yell or speak at the top of their voices to feel that they possess the power to rule?
In this article, we tackle the topic of why rudeness is the weak person’s imitation of strength…