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Has anyone ever embarrassed you in front of others and it ticked you off?

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      Linda L wrote Nov 2, 2012
    • Today when my co-worker and I were chattng and going downstairs, a teacher w/ her students scolded us for talking. We didn’t know they were coming up until she hushed us. Sure we need to be good role models amongst the children, however she was rude to us. Yet it’s OK if she does the same thing...




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      Butterfly13 wrote Nov 2, 2012
    • I was at a very fancy social event, my male friend who is like a brother to me invited me to go, he asked me who I thought was good looking....I told him, he went up to the guy and said “my friend finds you very attractive and wants to meet you“!  I was incredibly embarassed as well as not too happy.




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      Butterflyrose wrote Nov 2, 2012
    • As a retired teacher, my interest has been peaked! Are the adult faculty/staff members  not allowed to talk in the hallway?

       It seems as if this teacher has control issues and no respect for herself or others. You and your co-worker have every right to talk unless you were a disturbance to the environment and Linda, I know that’s not the case in this particular instance.  She needs to be pulled to the side and given “proper instruction” as to how to behave among grown folks.  She was definitely misbehaving!worriedShe needs to be sent to the principal’s office!

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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Nov 3, 2012
    • I have worked with people who seem to take pleasure in embarrassing people in front of others. It’s a control issue. Both of these people were very low in self confidence and boosted themselves at the expense of others. They thought they were making themselves look like they were in authority. I’ve been on the receiving end of that many times by both of them and it doesn’t feel good at all. I’m sorry this happened to you, Linda. heart




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      Tuliplady wrote Nov 3, 2012
    • It has happened, but I try not to let it bother me, because really, it’s the person who does this that has the issues.




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      Marya1961 wrote Nov 3, 2012
    • Yes, so many times I can not count...the work place was the worst of it.  In 1986 I was working at CHOP (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia) and an older woman co-worker grabbed me by the arm in the hallway and told me she was going to take me outside and kick my ass...we worked in the same department and as Cynthia mentioned this woman had major control issues...she was 20 years older than me at the time.

      It was quite humiliating and within that week I gave my resignation.




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      Mzd3 wrote Nov 3, 2012
    • Don’t remember it ever happening to me, thankfully




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      Carine Nadel wrote Nov 4, 2012
    • Yes, definitely.  hard to do.  But MIL is one of those who has made it her life’s work to make you wish you were somewhere-anywhere- else but w/ her and then piss you off by insisting that she’s fantastic and everyone loves her “sense of humor“.




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