I’ve got a situation to share with you all.
Just suppose, for a moment, that you have two acquaintances, both female.
These are not people you count as friends, for very different reasons you have never been close to either of these people.
One person has always tried to be very friendly with you, and your inner sense tells you something is not quite right about this situation.
It’s not anything you can put your finger on, it’s more like the “uh-oh” feeling you get when things don’t feel right.
By some weird coincidences, you find out (by being in the wrong place at the wrong time, that’s all I can say right now) that neither person really likes you, laugh about you behind your back, etc.
What do you think about this?
Do you do anything?
Here’s what I have done:
–Pat myself on the back for listening to my gut, which never fails me, especially about the person who tries to be “my friend.”
–Maintain my cordial air when I happen to see one, or both,of these people, and then politely get as far away from both of them as I can, as fast as I can.
And, as I’m making my getaway, I wish them both the best.
But from a happy distance.
We are all different, you know, and we each have the right to make our lives in the way that suits each one of us.
What works for me may not work for you.
What about you?
What would YOU do?