From Amazing Facts:
Difficult people seem to be everywhere, and not just at the freeway on-ramp or in the express line of the supermarket, Mark Kellner writes at AmazingFacts.com.
In fact, those kinds of hassles generally don’t last long—a few seconds or minutes at the most—and you can walk out with your groceries or get on the road to your destination soon enough.
But what can you do about people who are not only difficult but who show up in your life on a regular basis? Maybe it’s someone at work who doesn’t appreciate your Christian witness, or a family member who is “mad at the world,” or even someone at church with whom you’re sharing an assignment, such as sitting on a committee or teaching a Bible class. The Bible offers a number of helpful ideas.
The full blog, including the seven tips for appropriately dealing with difficult people, can be found at www.amazingfacts.com.