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If you helped a friend who was down on her luck and you help her by keeping all her belongings in your home as well as giving her a place to lay her head and you find out that she is being catty out of jealousy for what you have and talking about you behind your back what would you do, how would you handle this situation would you ask her to leave?




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      Mzd3 wrote Oct 25, 2011
    • yes, i would help her move out.




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      UK Girl wrote Oct 25, 2011
    • yes of course




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      Frannie1964 wrote Oct 25, 2011
    • Ditto! If I was being nice enough to let her stay in my home with all of her belongings and she turns around and talks about me behind my back after all that, yes I would also help her move out. Hopefully she has a job and she can move into one of them weekly motel places.heartbreak




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      Brimstone1968 wrote Oct 25, 2011
    • YES, she will have to go.  However, before she leaves I would have to confront her.  Sometimes people think that you donot know what is going on and think you stupid sometimes, you have to let them know that you know.  Sometimes you have to point out to them also the help you have given them because who they chatting you with will not drop a stroke to help them.  I will then go on and pack her stuff nicely and let her go.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Oct 25, 2011
    • I think I would consider what she is going through and how she must be feeling.

      If she is having to stay with you then chances are her self esteem has taken a hit. And YES it’s not in good taste to talk bad about you I can see how easy it could be to be resentful and jealous.

      When your weak it’s harder to put a lid on some things. So I would maybe take a gentler approach.

      I would acknowledge that she has it rough and is there anything else you could do for her. I don’t think I could kick someone when they are already down. Help her back up then kick her!




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      Victorious wrote Oct 26, 2011
    • It happened to me before. Theis person was my sister and her kids. I would do things differently now. She would not get a foot in. This was a very painful experience. I have learned to help from a distance.




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      Kmarie wrote Oct 27, 2011
    • Years ago and I do mean years I was in a similar situation and I put her out.




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      Kyah wrote Nov 2, 2011
    • No time for ungrateful heifers. Boot! See ya wouldn’t want to be ya....




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      Nita P wrote Jan 24, 2012
    • i would confront her kindly, i would remind her of the positive things she has in her life.  i would tell her what her behaviour is.  i would also tell her that if she continues like this she will have to move out.  i would tell her that this kind of behaviour breeds mistrust, shows disrespect and is not what friendships are made from




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