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    I either freeze up and can't say anything.. Or I go crazy... Yelling back, arguing, I've been in more than one scuffle.. I think it depends on if I think I can take the person yelling or not--or if I'm simply too angry to care.

    When I freeze up.. I think.. I think it is out of not wanting to regret doing something. I freeze up, like it is my intial "Holy shit, don't flip out and get fired over this. Think about it."
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    I will get away from them ASAP, no matter how impractical. I was once boarding a plane with one of my exes, and he decided to cause a scene and start yelling at me for walking too quickly ahead of him the whole time in the airport. (I was rushing and didn't want to miss the fucking plane)

    First, I whispered to him quietly to knock it the fuck off or I'd ensure his departure to Guantanamo Bay. When he wouldn't STFU, I turned around and went back home, missing my flight and thereby canceling my trip. While trying to exit the airport, he tried to follow me, yelling at me some more, so I had security personnel called on him, escorting us our separate ways.

    Sounds extreme? I don't like being addressed in such a manner that is "yelling". Nor will I tolerate being embarrassed in public.

    Thank god we weren't on a plane. If so, I assure you, he wouldn't be on it for long. At least, I'd sit on the pilot's lap instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post


    I either freeze up and can't say anything.. Or I go crazy... Yelling back, arguing, I've been in more than one scuffle.. I think it depends on if I think I can take the person yelling or not--or if I'm simply too angry to care.

    When I freeze up.. I think.. I think it is out of not wanting to regret doing something. I freeze up, like it is my intial "Holy shit, don't flip out and get fired over this. Think about it."

    I have a similar response to this.

    Sometimes i freeze up and am just wondering what the hell happened...till i work it out...then will either respond with the same or walk away.
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    depends, people dont usually yell at me, but if they do most the time im just , which makes them realize that yelling is not necessary and that they are just overreacting, which creates a ground for more rational discussion.
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    Depends. Either I yell back, or I detach and get very cold, sarcastic and nasty. When I yell back, I'm angry and want to relieve my feelings without actually committing assault. When I go into cold mode I'm aiming to hurt, and while I'm in that mode I want them to remember every single thing I say, for the rest of their lives. To the death vs to the pain.

    If I'm really not in a position to do either - say, it's my employer, or I really am in the wrong and deserve to be yelled at - then I just detach completely and mollify. Then I'll cry later. I hate being in that position.
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    I work as a cashier/phone order in a restaurant, in general people are really nice and polite, but on the very rare occasions someone blames me for their woes and yells at me i freeze and feel crushed for the rest of the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    do you freeze, do you yell back, what do you do?

    I freeze, unable to do anything, and than I cry- I wish i would stop this, but no matter how hard i try this is what happens.
    I had that issue a LONG time ago, but I basically broke myself of it because I hated responded that way. (I'm talking when I was still in middle school.)

    I just had a temp boss snap at me crossly on Tuesday for something that was entirely unfair, in front of another coworker. Then the meeting started. I basically inside was down on myself for a few minutes, chose not to look at her for the rest of the meeting (all while keeping a poker face and acting "normal") and by meeting's end, I basically had decided she was the one being a jerk (not me), that she had a legitimate side issue that I reflect and fix if I could, but overall it wasn't my fault she was so rude and had a crappy attitude. Meanwhile, I also strove to not let that drive me to respond negatively to her in turn, I had to operate "business as usual" if I was truly dealing with it correctly, aside from working out what to do about any legitimate aspects of her criticism.

    But I don't like it when someone thinks poorly of me; typically my approach is to stoneface it and clamp down any emotions, mentally sift through them, then decide how to respond and go from there.
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    if they have reason, i get tough and tackle what they were yelling at me for

    if they do not have reason, i'm very, very good at ignoring people

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    I ignore the volume and focus on the content and only address the content.

    Or, y'know, yell back and tell them to stfu and leave me alone...depends on who's yelling at me.

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    usually, I'll just look at them.

    My brother annoys me because he'll yell right back and then, after a point, he'll just say "I'm done"...and will completely ignore you.
    It's a good tactic...you're pissed off but you might as well be screaming at a wall.

    I'll be looking to adopt that tactic, I guess. Though, no one really yells at me anymore..

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