Stop being a BITCH

Stop Being a Bitch

Yeah, I said it. And I’ve said it before, but apparently it needs said again because a lot of you need to stop being a bitch! Face it, you’re an awful, hateful, raging bitch and it needs to end sooner rather than later. I know, a Wild One shouldn’t be calling other women bitches. It isn’t very empowering nor supportive to use a derogatory word towards one another. The thing is, I wouldn’t ever use that word to describe a woman who spoke her mind respectively or was simply considered ‘bossy’ because she is strong willed and outspoken. However, an unfortunate fact of life is that not all women use their voices respectively or strongly.

I know plenty of you are slipping back out into the sun this summer as much as safely possible, so if you are sitting around the pool or social distancing at the beach and judging the women around you, stop being a bitch. If you flirt with guys you know are married, engaged, or in a relationship, stop being a bitch. If you’re hounding the cashier or other employees at the grocery store because they require masks, stop being a Karen… I mean stop being a bitch.

In all seriousness, there are entirely too many women going crazy in the early summer heat and they could all use a little reality slap. If you’re made at the world and your patience is running as thin as your ex’s new girlfriend, it’s time to check your bitch levels. Even if you’re in your bliss zone and have learned to not be a bitch, I’m sure you know a few women in your life that should read this article, so don’t be shy, share it and tell them to stop being a bitch.

Stop Being a Bitch

You’re Not Entitled to Anything & The World Isn’t Out to Get You

In this life, no matter how difficult it may seem, you earn things. So, if you work hard and earn something but it isn’t “awarded” as expected and deserved, then sure, you have a right to be angry. Otherwise though, you seriously need to calm your tits.

Just because something doesn’t go your way doesn’t mean you can go hurtling off the rails. When a guy that you’re into isn’t into you, it doesn’t mean you have a right to start spreading rumors about the girl he did decide to date. The new cute girl at work didn’t purposefully wear the same dress as you and the fact that she looks better in it doesn’t mean you get to spread gossip about her promiscuity. The sooner you learn that you have to put things in perspective and stop taking everything as an attempt to “get you,” the easier your life will be and the quicker you’ll be able to stop being a bitch.

No One is Fooled by Your Sarcasm

You think you’re being sly, witty, and subversive by masking your anger and bitchiness using sarcasm, but I assure you, you’re not. You’re not surrounded by complete idiots, they can read through your sarcasm and know that you’re mocking them, making fun of them, or otherwise just being hateful. Knock it off. Either have the gumption to say what you really think or keep your damn mouth shut.

Stop being so passive aggressive, it’s one of the easiest ways to stop being a bitch. Once you start weighing whether or not it’s worth having an actual confrontation as opposed to your usual snarky replies, there’s a good chance that you’ll find that it’s a lot easier to just let the little things in life go.

No More Excuses

Maybe I’m being a bitch, but she totally started it when she dated my ex! 

No! Just… NO! Stop being a bitch!

Just because somebody hurt you doesn’t give you the justification to sink to deplorable levels. It doesn’t matter that coworkers are talking trash about the girl who looks ‘too thin,’ the ‘plain girl’ who is with a guy they all think is out of her league, or those around you at the beach are bagging on the plus sized woman in a two-piece – it doesn’t mean you have to join in on the bitch-fest. In fact, you should be doing what you can to stop them. Don’t try to use other’s behavior as an excuse for you not being able to stop being a bitch.

Manage Your Emotions

Now I know that there’s absolutely no way that you’re going to avoid getting upset at various times throughout life, and of course you won’t get along with everyone you meet. That’s simply a part of life and perfectly normal. What isn’t normal is flipping your bitch switch and spewing spiteful and hateful things every time you’re hurt, angry, or jealous.

Of course you’re going to have those types of feelings, you are human after all. The thing is, you have to manage your emotions. Instead of ripping into someone, tearing them down, and being a bonafide bitch, find a different outlet. Try meditating, running, or working out, having sex (or masturbating), playing racketball, dancing, or jamming out in your car and singing at full volume. Anything that channels that energy and releases endorphins. This not only helps you stop being a bitch, it’s a helluva lot healthier for you.

If you’re tired of being called a bitch, well, then it really is time for you to stop being a bitch. Trust me, I do not enjoy using the word and I wish there was never a use for it in this day and age. So, let’s do this together ladies. If you feel yourself getting super pissed off, find that you’re belittling someone at the office or beach, or are suddenly boiling over in jealousy, take a second to remind yourself that YOU are in control of your words and emotions.

Furthermore, you should try to set an example to the women around you. It’s way past time to stop perpetuating the vicious cycle of woman-on-woman shaming, catty behavior, and hate.

Stop being a bitch and start being a Wild One!

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