Little Red Riding Hood has Got Nothing On Me...
I will confide in you I've had plenty of battles in my life and also wars. Being a Fairy Godmother is not always covered in pink frosting and star sprinkles although Fairy Sweets makes the best kind. I've won every time and not always by victory as you might imagine. Remember sometimes succeeding can masquerade to your opponent like you lost but it's not so. So let them think you've surrendered since they'll get bored when you no longer want to "play" with them and be their chew toy.
How to Spot a Werewolf in Human Attire:
*The person is an aggressor or bully
*Always sniffs out our vulnerabilities and brings you down
*Enjoys intimidating other through the likes of showing off, bragging,
or malicious gossip.
*They like to bite into your life by sniffing around in things
that are really not of their concern
*Often show without realizing it that they're always hungry for more
*You catch them in a hair full of lies that are not good intentions for you
*When they scream it sounds like howl full moon or not
* Their noses always seem to whiff out when you extra time, money,
and the come around only then to get their paw claws on you
A word of warning: There are a decent lineage of Werewolves that don't fall into these guidelines..sometimes they can
be fierce protectors, very loyal, family oriented love dogs or nature, and always know where to find things (I'll share some personal stories)...but then there are the ones like above. You'll know who is who. As they say people always reveal what they really are...
Tiny solutions for Dealing with Werewolves
*Identify the person as a werewolf; having that name dedicated in their honor will help you keep in mind
who and what they really are.
*Make sure to speak up for yourself in an affirmative tone (not explosive..not yet anyhow..) you don't need to be rude, angry, or cause tension just make sure to let them know you are in command. Sometimes you may also need to end what you're engaging in with them and end it as quick as you can.
* Wear a symbol of protection. Werewolves don't enjoy silver or moonstone so you can wear silver earrings, necklace, etc. and anything else that may have moonstone in it or a part of it. wearing a fairy necklace will spice up things too since even though Werewolves have a powerful stature (not always in a physical sense) but are intimidated and shake at the sight of the wee folk.
*Have allies around you like strong friend and other spiritual figures to motivate you.
*Remember werewolves can be vicious and have a deep, gripping bite. When a Werewolf tries to deceive or bring you down you need to let them know you know just what they're mastermind plan is. They'll try to convince you you are the lunatic (yes, I used that word on purpose..it means being intuitive or using your instincts..) and if so that's great assurance you've caught there sharp nails trying to scratch out your eyes to the truth. A werewolf is frightened when their secrets are exposed.
*Don't EVER apologize for being empowered. Werewolves like to prey upon those who have yet to fully
accept being a leader and defending oneself. Then they make you feel guilty or that you did a no-no. Not so. That's another trick of the Big Bad Wolf. Don't be fooled..because most are.
I want to close this by saying Little Red Riding Hood may have been innocent at first but she asked questions when her grandmother (really the wolf) disguised himself. Do the same just as an investigative journalist would.