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How to deal with someone who is intimidating you

The easy answer is to say “haha, good to talk to you too…” and then to walk away.

Bullying and harassment can create an unhappy and unproductive workplace.

So the first thing to do is to figure out what kind of rejection you are dealing with here.

Have you ever walked up to a hot girl who was standing at the bar, said your friendly opening line and got a response like “why are you talking to me” or “dude stop” or even then classic “F*ck off”?

You can download either the Advice leaflet - Bullying and harassment at work: a guide for managers and employers [195kb] or Advice leaflet - Bullying and harassment at work: a guide for employees [215kb].

Alternatively, you can download the Bullying and harassment at work: a guide for managers and employers (Acas advisory leaflets) [Kindle Edition] through the Amazon website.

Depending on where your head is at, this type of rejection can come as quite a blow.

Luckily these rude dismissals are rare and your response to them is a no-brainer. Show her – and yourself – that you find her rudeness to be cute and amusing.

Bullying and harassment means any unwanted behaviour that makes someone feel intimidated, degraded, humiliated or offended.