I don’t think there’s anything wrong with having a little bit of sass in ya. The problem nowadays is that once you say one thing, people tend to take it to a whole other level. If I’m making that statement, it doesn’t mean I find it appropriate to be sassy 24/7 and to whomever you want. Big no no. Having an attitude problem is not attractive and it doesn’t look good on anybody.
I do feel that one should have enough of an attitude to stand up for what they believe in. To stand firm when they see injustice or to not be pushed around as if they’re weak. When we think of the word attitude, we might picture a teenager talking back to their parents. But that’s not what the definition of an attitude is. It’s a settled way of thinking or feeling about someone or something, typically one that is reflected in a person’s behavior. (Thank you Siri for the great definition!)
Attitude n. a settled way of thinking or feeling about someone or something, typically one that is reflected in a person’s behavior.Google
A person can have a positive attitude, a negative attitude, a humble attitude, a hostile attitude. I mean, there’s so many to choose from. The kind of attitude I’m referring to is the one that keeps people from assuming they have any control over you. I don’t care if you’re a man or a woman, allow yourself to feel empowered in any given situation whether it’s your workplace, around your peers, at home or at school.
Work the SASS!
Remember, it’s not about being rude, disrespectful or even, arrogant. It’s about feeling strong, capable and independent. It’s about warning those around you that you’re a decent human being but you won’t take anything less than what you deserve. So WORK THE SASS!