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Are you familiar with this phrase “if I can’t have it, neither can you”?  It is commonly known as crab mentality.  Well, this is the way to describe the recent events that happened in our office yesterday.  My outgoing supervisor called me (in a very serious tone) and he let me read an email.  It was from anonymous sender that degrading one of our male officemate who was assigned as our officer in-charge in our project.  He or she stated in the email that all those resigned contractual employees was being mishandled and mistreated by him and they were forced to resign because of that.  It was utterly lies and we all know the reasons behind it.  The funny thing is, he/she sent the email to all top management and we wonder how can he/she do that (events, emails address, persons and even my officemate personal data) if he/she’s not from our company too?  We have a lead on who might do that but only God knows why and what are his/her intentions on doing some bad and harmful emails like that.


Crab mentality refers to these people who wanted to pull his friends or colleagues down simply because he resent their success.  I remember the case of my husband who once experienced it and he really wonders why they can’t let him achieve his hard earned work and instead thrash talking behind his back, entailing bad rumors and gossips about him. I’ve been bragging this to my facebook account and these haters knew that it’s them.  You can never let a good man down.

"Nobody is stronger, nobody is weaker than someone who came back. There is nothing you can do to such a person because whatever you could do is less than what has already been done to him. We have already paid the price." Elie Wiesel  

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