Arrogance & Jealousy In High Society

As many of you are aware, it’s a competitive world and ladies are not always the friendliest. How do we tackle that and how do we survive the competition?

For those who are new to high society, I want to start by clarifying that not all ladies are hostile and snobbish.

You will find ladies who are like that, especially in certain circles. You will also see there are many down to earth ladies who are friendly and trustworthy. Not all girls will want to stab your back, some actually want to have a partner in crime.

@missdash3

It takes two to tango

It’s hard to do things solo in life. It can help to have a sidekick, and most ladies know that. That’s why we form friendships and meaningful relationships.

Outings, dinners and trips abroad are more challenging if you’re alone! You need to have a friend to bring along. It makes the experience more fun, creates more memories and can be safer too.

@dragana_rukavina_

The arrogance

Some ladies appear arrogant because of competitiveness. Ladies have this competitive trait naturally. We want to catch the best possible mate, and that brings out our competitive spirit. Ladies can become arrogant towards each other so they can feel superior.

Secondly, there are some ladies who are only interested in status. If you have nothing to offer they will seldom want to spend time with you.

Lastly, there are those with bad manners and etiquette. Ladies who are negative, flawed and insecure are usually not pleasant to be around. They are arrogant and it’s normal for them. From a psychological perspective, it can sometimes be a defense mechanism. An elegant, classy and expensive lady is always self-aware.

Bitchiness & Jealousy with women

@oliviaculpo

The jealousy

Jealousy is a killer. It’s toxic and it can drive people mad. Over the years, I’ve learned a lot about this because I’ve seen it develop in people in my circle I never thought it would be possible.

Most of the time, jealousy occurs when you lack something in your life and it burdens you emotionally. When someone has something you want, it triggers jealousy even in the most stable and good-hearted people. It can also trigger resentment, too.

@dilettamenta

How to survive all this?

It’s fully possible to create a circle of girlfriends in high society with good intentions…

▸ Sharpen your intuition because you will need it! It’s the only way to guide you to the right people. Make sure you surround yourself with people who give you good vibes! You can have a feeling about a sketchy person who has bad intentions. Learn how to see through fake smiles and actions.

▸ You don’t need the fake friends! No matter how interesting or influential your girlfriend can be, if she’s got the wrong attitude then she’s not worth your time. There are so many ladies out there to befriend, and it’s better to invest your time in those who are friendly and genuine.

Bitchiness & Jealousy with women

@annavasony

▸ Protect your aura from the evil eye of jealousy. You can befriend the most amazing lady, but any second that can change. You never know who secretly has bad intentions and is sending you the evil eye so always have your guard up.

Once you elevate your life, it’s natural for some friendships to die. There isn’t a way to predict this or even prevent this from happening. It can happen to anyone. You just have to hope for the best and be willing to let go of friendships with toxic energies. You don’t want bad auras in your life.

Bitchiness & Jealousy with women

@kristinarudy

The strategy

▸ Be friendly, outgoing and nice and you’ll attract the right people into your life.

▸ Be street smart and protect yourself from energy vampires.

▸ Never be afraid of letting friendships go. It can cause you a lot of harm in the long-run.

▸ Don’t be afraid of having fewer friends. There are other important things in life to focus on. Have fewer friends, but make sure all of them are 100% genuine.

Bitchiness & Jealousy with women

@_alena_alena_

▸ Let your intuition guide you! If you have a hunch about someone, it’s usually true.

▸ Friends come and go. Not everyone can be with you from day one. Life takes people in different directions.

▸ Have thick skin. You will come across mean people, backstabbers and all kinds of negative influences. You have to learn to not take it personally. When people are unhappy, they will try and bring you down to feel better. Don’t get sucked into that.

 

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