Written by PinkPeace
I was talking with one of my heroes here on Pink Truth, Raisinberry, and the topic turned to the subtle form of bullying that goes on in Mary Kay.
You may be thinking that bullying is only for schoolchildren, and that adults outgrow it. Certainly it could never happen in a company that’s “God first, family second and career third”! But it does, and the reason no one recognizes it is that Mary Kay cleverly turns it on its head presents it as positive recognition.
Bullying makes someone feel “less than” and preys upon her lack of power in any given circumstance. It’s intended to cause distress and push someone toward behaving in the way that the bully wants her to behave. Continue Reading →