Why does it feel like they are able to take control of your feelings?Perhaps they are your employer or supervisor and it feels like they hold your career in the palm of their hand. Maybe they are just plain mean and confrontational and you are one of their favorite targets. In a moment I am going to answer that question for you, but there is a good chance you won’t like what I am about to say.Boundary disputes, mental health issues, dogs and children are also some reasons police are called, and more often than not are civil disputes rather than criminal.
As defined by the University Calendar, “any student commits an instructional offence who disrupts a class or other period of instruction if he or she: (a) is a registered member of the class or period of instruction; (b) is warned to discontinue any act or behaviour reasonably judged by the instructor of the course or period of instruction to be detrimental to the class, and having ignored such warning is ordered by the instructor to leave and refuses to leave.” Disruptive behaviour can also occur outside the classroom or period of instruction.
Unfortunately, dealing with aggressive and antagonistic behavior is challenging for any manager and many managers have problems disciplining their subordinates.
However, if you communicate effectively, follow company procedures and document problems correctly, you'll be able to design and carry out a disciplinary plan without further issue.
Any of these situations can seem intimidating, and no sane person seeks out intimidation.
Have you ever wondered what gives that scary person the emotional leverage to manipulate your feelings?