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Dealing With People Who Talk Behind Your BackBY: Jo Justin | Category: Relationships | Submitted: 2010-03-28 08:43:46
Article Summary: "There are many people who have talked behind our back, but when it is our friend, how do we deal with it? Read on to learn all about what to do when a friend backbites..."
There are many times when we have to deal with all kinds of people in our life. Most commonly, we deal with people who may not really try to be friendly with us. There are times when we have our friends who are close to us, but they may talk bad of us behind our back. This is one of the most difficult things to deal with. If someone with whom we had a quarrel is talking behind our back, then it is understandable, but when your close friend is talking about you behind your back, then it actually causes you to have a terrible time.
As a person, we may not know how to actually deal with this kind of a situation. All of us are upset and may even be angry, but beyond that we do not really know how to deal with the situation. In spite of this, you should take some actions so that you will not only be able to make the other person to stop talking about you, but you will also be able to either make the person understand that what he or she is saying about you is not right or you will have to put an end to the whole issue by closing out your friendship.
This article gives you a few ideal tips to help you to deal with a friend in such a situation.
1. Confront the person:
As a friend you should confront the person whop is talking behind your back. You do not need to make a fight out of it, but talk to the person and try to understand why the person is talking behind your back. There may be many reasons for this. It may be that the friend of yours does not even think that talking behind your back is wrong. It can also be that you have done something similar to your friend and he is just getting back at you. What ever the reason, you should try to learn from your friend for the reason by confronting the person.
2. Rectify the problems:
If the reason for your friend talking behind your back is because you have done something wrong to your friend, then try to make sure that you rectify the problem or you can apologize to your friend for what you had done and you can carry on as friends. If your friend did not know that what he was doing was wrong, then you should try and make your friend to understand that talking behind your back can lead to a rift in your friendship.
3. Break up:
If your friend does not listen to you and goes on talking behind your back, then you should try to cut off your friendship with the person as there is no point in trying to go behind a person who is not able to respect you and your friendship.
These are the best methods of dealing with a friend who is talking behind your back.
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