"Unbothert": the state of mind, position and or role that one takes in the event someone comes to "troubles" their spirit. Being unbothert is an attitude that one takes when one realizes that they have leadership over situations that invade their space. One can choose to be worried or one can take the dominant role and chose to be simply unbothert. Understanding that the individual (space interrupter) will continue to be themselves; the unbothert superior must make that decision to not compromise their "space" by stopping down to the level of the invader. In order to remain unbothert one must first examine the space. Then the situation must be considered. After that it is imperative for the unbothert individual to realize that their response can cause more damage than smiles:: once this decision is made, the invader has one of two options: Flee or continue to invade with the risk of being hurt. The superior however has one choice: he/she must figure out the amount of space they're going to allow the invader to invade BUT they understand that just because there's an invasion DOES NOT mean that they have to let their land be conquered. It is then when this battle takes place: the superior must deal with affects and effects (how it will make the other person feel and the damage that it WILL cause to the individual) do they deal with a small bite or unleash all of his might. . . .
Ever seen a Pitbull back down from a little Teacup Poodle? Probably not. OK well maybe you have but i guarantee you that it wasn't because the Pitbull was afraid. . . It's likely that if this has ever happened it was because the Pitbull had forgotten how big it was and how much power it possed. Perhaps it forgot that it could probably fit that whole Poodle in its mouth and do more damage than it thought. Just think about how similar we are to this scenario: we encounter these people OFTEN. Those people that come barking, and barking, and barking. The people that make you count from 0-1,567 not skipping any numbers. LOL. Often times we let these people invade our space and put us in a place where we forget both our authority and size. These people may come "biting our ankles" and even drawing blood from us, but remember: it takes them more energy to attack. All you have to do is be that superior. Imagine what a Teacup Poodle would have to go through to get a Pitbull down. Not only is the Pitbull bigger but it is stronger than the poodle; which means that anything the Poodle does the Pit ALLOWS!!! not because he is soft but because he picks his battles. If provoked for a fight by the barking poodle all the pit (after examining the space and considering the situation) would had to do is show it's teeth. He wouldn't have to put a fight because he knows that it wouldn't be fair. The poodle would tire out long before the pit would even have to lift a paw. The structure of the Pitbull allows it to be able to take some small bites and endure some small scratches. When we allow people who carry the "power" title (but dont carry the power of the actual power they wish to possess to overtake you) to invade our space and provoke us to respond we make their run around to destroy us worth their time. Our job is to be unbothert as they tire themselves out. They may scratch, gnaw, wound, and leave imprints but their bite can't destroy us, however our might will!!! Our response causes energy, the loss of energy makes us weak. When we're weak we give the invader the opportunity to CONQUER. Once they conquer the land of our stature WE THEN BECOME OBLIGATED TO FIGHT because they have gotten us on their level. I said all of this say that not everything requires a response. The response that you give will damage the poodle. Although small, the poodle posses strength that fits the capacity of its weight. it wont grow pass a certain size. It's bark will be the same. The strength of the Pit increases as it works out. You become stronger when you don't respond. Yes sometimes you may have to show your teeth to get a point across, but don't be so provoked that you forget that your strength has the capability to kill. Your might is stronger the barkers bite. The bite may hurt but remember the poodle is tiring itself out and ultimately if you're unbothert the poodle will tire itself out by default anyways because you aren't effected. The affect and effect of your response will cause other poodles to either fear or respect you. It's the respect you want not the fear because ultimately you want the poodle to walk beside you fearless. . . .just in case a bigger dog requires your might. . . .you've got a barker to distract him with small bites and scratches while you ATTACK!!! The Barkers bite vs The biter's might requires you to remember your position even as others come for it. Keep it secured. Dont keep using your might to fight poodles when lions, tigers, and bears are after it as well!! Dont let the attacking words or actions cause your legs to weaken because you need them to stand. Stand. Stand Firm. and stand unbothert.