Silence Can Be Golden- Even for You

As everyone knows, bullies are loud, obnoxious, and talk…most of them always talk and never shut up. Most targets are quiet, and yes, many are silent because of the fear bullies have instilled in them. However, there are those targets who are quiet for a different reason- they know that you can’t observe as effectively when you’re busy yapping.

When you’re quiet, you’re watching people closely and you’re also listening very carefully to them. Your silence allows you to pick up so much more.

You watch, you listen, and you learn so much about your bullies and bystanders too. You watch their body language and you can do it without staring- instead, you can use your peripheral vision and no one will suspect a thing from you.

You listen to their voices- tonality, pitch, the slightest quiver- and it tells you so much.

They always say that it’s the quiet ones you should watch out for.

In this case, they’re right! Because, on our silence, we can pick up everything and have you figured out in no time.

Understand that we may not be talking, but trust me- we’re watching you like a hawk and we’re listening. We’re studying your every micro-expression, analyzing every tiny detail in your movements and actions, and assessing every little sound you make. We’re also constantly thinking and planning. So if you’re a bully, especially a loudmouth one, don’t underestimate us. Remember, “it’s the quiet ones you must watch out for.”

And if you’re a target, use your silence to figure out not only your bullies, but also the bystanders and those who claim to be your friends too.

With knowledge comes power!

23 thoughts on “Silence Can Be Golden- Even for You

  1. You can defeat your enemies by just silence so in most cases introverts are easy target for bullies at the same time introverts are the most dangerous people because you never know what they have observed and what are they thinking.

  2. Now, this is truly some powerful advice, “Your silence allows you to pick up so much more.” I learned this lesson quite early, but it wasn’t easy. I was not always the one who turned the other cheek when I was younger and in such a situation, I clapped back with all I could muster. But to be more effective, I had to be still and silent in order to know what moves to make next! πŸ€” Another good post Cherieeeee, Cherie baby! πŸ€—πŸŽ΅πŸ˜˜πŸ’–πŸ₯°

  3. Amen. My dog is amazingly perspective in picking up visual clues. I believe it’s because my beloved Buddy had to be watchful for any clues that his abuser would attack him. He was mistreated for 3 years before he was fostered and I adopted him. He’s a wonderful, but strange, dog.

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