If I learned anything going through my divorce, I learned to remain classy. Remaining classy during times when your emotions are high, can be difficult. But why lower your standards just because you are hurt and angry? I’m not diminishing your pain and suffering at all. I challenge you to remain classy when someone makes a negative comment, asks you a personal question that is none of their business or when you are faced with a challenging situation.
When I was first dealing with an autism and epilepsy diagnosis and a failing marriage, people were so quick to tell me to put on my big girl panties and keep stepping! That’s so easy to say, but difficult to do in the heat of the moment.
I heard that statement so much, that I finally said I’m not wearing panties and I can’t find any! That’s one way to end a conversation.
If you are confronted with a situation take the high road, there’s no need for a debate, pick your battles and stay classy. Staying silent will always make you victorious in the situation.