Breaking Point

If one finds himself driven to his or her breaking point by pranksters, he or she should realize that it is a losing proposition to react either negatively or positively. If one reacts even if he or she knows the prankster has no basis for his allegations, then one becomes unreasonable. If you react positively, the prankster may think you are enjoying the exercise, and a repeat would be most likely. In both instances, the person who is the subject of the pranks, is in the losing end.

So its better not to react.


Author: Josh Jimenez

A 24 year old Pharmacy student from Manila, Philippines He enjoys drinking Chamomile Tea, with Clean Bandit Tracks on deck, while reading his books, or jotting up notes for his next blog post.

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