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Question Posted Sunday December 10 2006, 12:02 pm

How does one just accept the final answer on a question that they asked someone. I have a friend that dwells on what was said to them a week ago, a month ago or years ago. ANy suggestions

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emilyy answered Sunday December 10 2006, 6:52 pm:
Everytime that happens change the subject. Or try talking to her about it. Or let her talk about it until she feels okay.

Good luck

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meganbeth answered Sunday December 10 2006, 5:37 pm:
my opinion is that you should ask her wats wrong with the answer he or she got so that way you could kno wats wrong and you guys could work somethin out

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looloo12 answered Sunday December 10 2006, 2:48 pm:
UGH i no! y friend birngs up stuff i did when we were 4! say ya i remember, in fact i heard it the last 3 times you told me about it. and say we all no what happened! so leave it alone! and stuf along those lines.

hope i helped:)

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BitsandPieces answered Sunday December 10 2006, 2:32 pm:
Everyone is looking for some kind of validation. It could be that this person has trouble getting the kind of validation they want or it could be that they have a problem accepting that other's have different values from their own. If you have been a good friend and listened and tried to be understanding without judging then all you can do now is try not to encourage the subject. You could say, "Wow, you still seem to be very bothered by this and it is still really something you are carrying around with you, that must be a huge burden." Maybe they will realize that it is their choice to carry that emotional burden past what is good for them. Everyone has trouble in some area, so try to be supportive of the person but not their unhealthy habits. Good luck!

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