My father retired from a 30 years in law enforcement and the best advice he gave me careerwise was to not make my social circle only the people I work with. I stopped caring about comparing myself. Many of us appreciate you folks. I in fact find it quite hard to believe you were ever an officer. Even if it is not in a negative way, he can never just go to a party without at least one police joke, comment etc. Right now people are scared and frustrated by the fact that it seems like every time a cop get caught doing something wrong the worst thing that happens is that he gets some paid vacation and sometimes a stern talking too.
I had to stop caring about things in order to move forward in my life. Self-compassion is one of the most helpful responses and best things you can do for yourself. My son was continually pulled over by 1 officer even though he was obeying the laws. What I am is a guy who observes people. Maybe simply plan to eat lunch out every day and at a different place: Changing habitual behaviours shakes us up. Source: Take a look at yourself in the mirror.
I stopped caring about things and went minimalist about six years ago. Trust that it will all come full circle the more I stop forcing things to happen. But the majority of people out there good people, get to know them and you will feel the difference. Treat yourself to a 30-minute show if you work from home, or reward yourself with a guilt-free Instagram scroll for 15 minutes. I have been retired 10 years now. But they do it again every day.
It is his calling, it is his life. I sit back and observe and I watch people get upset and unknowingly biased towards a situation because of their position within that situation. When I was a child my father told me if he was not around to find a policeman for he will help you and protect you. Should police hold you accountable because your neighbor shot someone?. The fewer laws that the police have to enforce, the fewer confrontations they face, and the lesser the danger for them and the citizens that they engage. We dive deeper into those worlds and lose connection to what is normal,and good. Maybe some positive coverage would help? Revel in the beauty and fall in love with being alive every day.
Make a contract with yourself to not work without high satisfaction. It is easy to understand your sentiment, and I, like most people, sympathize with the police and feel empathy for those individuals having to make tough decisions. How often have you done something or said something and then been wracked by guilt for what you think that person might be thinking about you? Be more like Johnny and do something about the real problem, and hold your fellow cops accountable! When cops experience butthurt, they yell louder than anyone. I cannot imagine what it must feel like to be going through what you are going through. So what if he serves in a small town, the job of a police officer is the same nation wide. Yes, your job and many others are thankless and those of us who do care often wonder why you do what you do…. Two words we should say more often: Fuck it.
I can do things my way and that might not always be the way that other people like doing them, but it works for me. Sometimes the best way to to solve a problem is to just stop caring see: not giving a damn. Maybe simply plan to eat lunch out every day and at a different place: Changing habitual behaviours shakes us up. Law Enforcement have been, and will always be our friends… Like the ole saying goes. The fearful leader s changes their focus from growth and possibility to cost containment, and every employee can feel that shift. They seem impatient Most men and women are very different, and relating to someone who is very different from you takes patience.
And a person who carries a gun! Somewhere between my generation and todays new breed of cop, we took a wrong turn. We cannot stop thinking about someone that easily, but time brings the change. Check it out here: 9 things that I stopped caring about that completely changed my life. We neglect to realize that sometimes the best way to solve a problem is to stop participating in the problem. Just commit to some plan, whatever it is.
I work in healthcare and I've shown my manager several times where our patient schedules are not possible. I will process your data in accordance with my. I will always appreciate your dedication and commitment. News says that if you already know everything your coworkers will do before they do it, then it's time to go. In most cases they absolutely could hire more people maybe not at the level of your immediate manager , but don't for lack of either leadership ability or virtue. Unfortunately, as you promote the people you once depended on are the same people who stab you in the back. There really are people out there who do appreciate you.
And that is the fact that; at work; you care too much of what other people think of you. He exuded a quiet strength, as I was once told by many in the public that made everyone who knew him feel safe. The week before he was to begin his sentence, his 2nd wife served him with divorce papers. I think I stopped thinking too much about having a clear goal. I dont hate Cops…Im concerned of the Cops who abuse their Power of the Badge, Act in Fear and Never held Accountable because they are the ones causing mistrust and disbelief in the Justice System to Treat all Cultures with Respect, Dignity and Equality. The doctors said it was due to chemicals that I got into on the job. Because it is difficult to identify exactly who are the bad cops and dangerous citizens each group needs to work at avoid generalizations based on only a few experiences.