When a friend offends me, in most cases, I avoid that person for some time. I take out time to reflect on all that has happened, the cause of the misunderstanding, my mistakes, and that of my friend. When I am calm, and not as angry at the being of the misunderstanding, I go to my friend and iron out the issue, and we carry on with our lives. I believe taking time to heal from the hurt and to forgive is very important. I do every time I am hurt, and it always works for me.
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W. MocroftPhilanthropist, Master Degree in International Business, Las Vegas
Philanthropist, Master Degree in International Business, Las Vegas
Answered on May 01, 2019
It is not often that a friend offends me and typically, I tend to take offense if something is said to me with malice, or if it is repeated over and over several times. I feel that if someone can say something to me that others would consider as attacking, but they can say it in a supportive way, or with kind-heartedness, then it is okay.
I think it depends on the way you say something and how it reaches the person or how you say it to them, and they can comprehend it is told with love. They say that presentation is everything and this is true in most things.