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Irrational 1100 Words You Need Week 28 Day 4

Published on August 23rd, 2020 | Last updated on August 23rd, 2020 by | Category: 1100 Words You Need to Know Flashcards, English Vocabulary in Context | No Comments on Irrational 1100 Words You Need Week 28 Day 4 | 83 Views | Reading Time: 2 minutes

Irrational 1100 Words You Need

Irrational 1100 Words You Need Week 28 Day 4 with flashcards, authentic examples and synonyms for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

/ɪˈræʃ.ən.əl/ (adj)

illogical and insensible, absurd, implausible, not based on rational or reasonable thinking, unreasonable, foolish, crazy, ridiculous, silly, unfounded, senseless, groundless, unsound

It’s hard to believe there is someone out there that hasn’t dealt with an irrational person and even been irrational themselves. When we are irrational, there are usually other things in play behind the scenes. Irrational behavior happens when we’ve reached the tipping point, and we have to just let it out.

Even though we all experience our version of irrational behavior from time to time and it is understandable, it doesn’t make it easy to deal with someone who is acting irrationally. We might get it, but we don’t have to like it.

HERE ARE 10 WAYS TO DEAL WITH IRRATIONAL PEOPLE:
1. LISTEN AND LET THEM VENT
The best way to diffuse irrational thinking and behavior is to listen as they vent. Sometimes just listening is the hardest part because our natural tendency is to point out the irrational thinking. Doing so will only to increase the emotions of the situation, so it’s important to bite our tongue and listen earnestly. Sometimes, just knowing they are being heard is all that is needed.

Source: https://www.powerofpositivity.com/

Antonym: rational, logical, sensible

Noun: irrationality

Adverb: irrationally

Farsi: مبهم ، غير عقلانى ، نامعقول ، غير منطقى ، بى معنى

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