Wednesdays Question

questionIt’s Wednesday so that means it’s question time. It’s time to ponder and then answer just one question. Okay, you can add all you want as a reason for your answer too. We’d all like that.

So here’s this weeks question: If someone wrongs you do you get even or do you eliminate them from your life?

I used to be more of a get even type, but I don’t care anymore. If you’re a close family member or friend I’ll say something about how I feel. If it’s an acquaintance then you’re pretty much out of my life. I will not go out of my way to engage that person.

52 thoughts on “Wednesdays Question

  1. Barb says:

    I'm definitely an eliminator! I just won't be bothered with anyone I do not respect or trust.

    And things are never really "even", are they? To get even you might have to do something you would not like having done to you… and then you'd have to live with that crap. No, thank you.

    Have yourself a lovely day! big hugs xoxo

  2. Paul Pietrangelo says:

    I eliminate the individual. They weren't that important if they wronged you so doesn't make any difference. Life is so short to let anyone create a mess for your life. I know.
    Have a wonderful Wednesday Sandee. Enjoy the day, the week, the month and so on. See you my good friend. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

  3. Rajagopalan says:

    I avoid people who do wrong to me. Ignore minor offences.However ifthe person is in danger I will not hesitate to help him out. I haven't developed strong feelings of love and hatred towards anyone in my life.
    Have a great day!

  4. cube says:

    I let it go when it's family or a close friend, but an acquaintance gets dropped from my radar for an egregious wrong. To quote Sweet Brown, "Ain't Nobody Got Time For That."

  5. Marcia Shaw Wyatt says:

    I completely agree with your strategy, Sandee. If a family member steps on my toes – they hear about it. If you're a friend and you wrong me – then you probably won't be seeing me for a mighty long time …. maybe even never again. 🙂

  6. BeadedTail says:

    It depends on what the wrong is because sometimes I stew about it and make myself miserable while avoiding the person or I speak my mind and clear the air right then and there. It also depends on who did it and how tired I am. Today, I'm so tired someone would get an earful if they wronged me! MOL!

    Hope your having a perfectly 'right' day Sandee! Smooches to Little Bit!

  7. Karren Haller says:

    I too agree, I would say something rather than let it fester with family, However, if someone has wronged me, I tell them how I feel and go my own way, never to have contact with them again. Karma steps in!

  8. Ann Thompson says:

    Eliminate to the best of my ability. I happen to be going through a situation at work with more than one person and my solution is to keep to myself do my job go home and stay away from the stupid game they're playing

  9. Kathe W. says:

    Why waste energy on losers? I just move on after writing them off….I've only had two occasions where I had to do it- one former friend and actually one in-law that I have as little as possible contact. Thank god we moved.
    On a lighter note-have a great day Sandee!

  10. messymimi says:

    My first thought is to try to make peace with that person. If that's not possible and it's someone you have to see, see him/her as little as possible and don't get into anything with him/her. If you don't have to see that person again, don't.

  11. Sandi says:

    I have eliminated many people but after giving them several tries. I realized for my own sanity it's best to just walk away….and free yourself from that stress, worry, hurt. It works better for me.

  12. MNL says:

    I don’t know — depends on the “wrong” and if it’s likely to happen again. Family you can’t get rid of so mostly I take measures to make sure something doesn’t happen again. With friends,nobody is perfect so mostly I avoid a friend if it’s likely that that thing is likely to bug me like if I’m in a really irritable mood. I’ve one friend who is very critical in words but her actions are supportive — so if I’m having a “no confidence” day, I won’t see her because her words will just feed into my drop of confidence and make it harder to get back to “normal”. If I’m in a good mood or feeling very confident, then her words don’t effect me. I have friends whose words are supportive but they don’t do any supportive actions. I don’t think people can be or should be everything. I’m not perfect either. Some things are misunderstandings I think.

    • Comedy Plus says:

      Sometimes we don’t understand. That’s true. They mean something different than the way we take it. Some are very open and say exactly what they mean. I just don’t have time for hateful people. 🙂

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