If your friend be good to the bully, what you should do

Postby francais008 » Wed Feb 24, 2021 12:38 pm

If someone, we called Mr A, bullied you. And your friend, Mr B, keep nice to Mr A and even hang out with Mr A. If you told Mr B to stand in your shoes and leave Mr A. But Mr B does not listen to you. What you should do? Cheers!
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Wed Feb 24, 2021 2:08 pm

francais008 wrote: What you should do?

When I see that Mr. B is not listening to me I would consider the following options:

(A) Drop to my knees and plead with Mr. B saying, "Please, please, don't you understand I don't like Mr. A, so please do what I say."

(B) Stop talking to Mr. B. He is no longer my friend. If he doesn't listen and allow me to manipulate him by making him choose me as a friend over Mr. A then why do I need him? Who needs friends you cannot manipulate?

(C) Get a weapon and threaten Mr. B. I will make sure that Mr. B is sorry for continuing a relationship with Mr. A. How dare Mr. B not respect my polite request he stop hanging out with Mr. A?

(D) I would recognize that maybe I am wrong to try and dictate who another person can associate with. Maybe I recognize that trying to control Mr. B is not how the universe works. If Mr. B wants to hang out with Mr. A, that is none of my business.
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Postby PsyStudSke » Sat Mar 13, 2021 12:48 am


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