im surrounded my hypocrites. my cousin was talking shit about me to my best friend. well my "best friend" was "defending " me but in a way, also talking shit, saying that im always wrong and they are always right. they are calling me stupid when in reality, im smarter than both of them combined. Then I see that they are all of a sudden best friends. Im not a mean person and i have a good heart...so i can never tell when someone is being a hypocrite or not...plz help me...cause write now im crying and i have no one to talk to... :(
DefinedEyes answered Sunday April 29 2007, 11:58 pm: Well first of all.
Yes you may be a great person, but that never gives you a right to point fingers, (because there are 3 pointing back at you) or call anyone a hypocrite, people who call people hypocrites are usually hypocrites themself. Honestly, life is too short to be angry, hold grudges, or waste time on drama like this. Either talk it out with them, or stop being friends with them. I know your cousin is your cousin, and you're family, but that doesnt mean you have to be friends. If things cant be fixed, move on with life. Obviously they dont care enough about you, if they are talking about you.
Try making new friends, I realize that is WAY easier said than done. But trust me, you dont want to waste your life away over drama, and calling people hypocrites for things that upset you.
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AskJR answered Sunday April 29 2007, 11:56 pm: Sounds like they are jealous of you.
People that talk badly about other people are usually just jealous.
Let it slide off your back. It isn't worth the tears or fret.
They might become best friends because they both are gossipers, inseure of themselves and like talking crap about other people to make themselves feel better about themselves.
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