People always mention this phrase to people: If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all. That is what I have dealt with throughout my time in school and people I meet in public. Multiple encounters with a person will even more so effect you and what you think and your reactions.
Along with those instances, you often times have to watch your mouth. That is ever so true when having to deal with people you don’t like. Words, be it written or verbal, will hurt someone. There are so many times that I have wanted to lash out to someone to just stop, grow up and mature or to stop being so rude and egotistical. Somehow, those people who aggravate everyone will suddenly play the victim, and they do it effectively too, since pathological liars and narcissists seem to have a knack for it, as if they went to some sort of school for it and got their degree in that specific field.
But as they say: If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything. So I keep my mouth shut and walk on. Eventually people like that will learn their lesson, and when they do, they will wish to just hide away. Once someone can see through their little veneer, people will call them out for being fake. Karma has a way of coming and working the magic.