08-13-2012 11:07 PM
Are your friends who they say are??? do you really know them? Can you trust them??? Some people will say yes...others will say they are unsure...Here is a new topic on home..Yes I have made some pretty awesome friends who have stuck by me threw thick and thin and I have known them for 3 years on the psn...Others you just meet...BEWARE! They could be pretending to be your friend, talking behind your back or just plain starting drama on home!. Home should be a place where you can go to chill, relax, and escape from reallity. Not come on home and have to worry about being bullied or drug down by others...Those of us who are adults should know better to be honest! Drop the drama on home! Who agrees with me???
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08-13-2012 11:17 PM - edited 08-13-2012 11:21 PM
08-13-2012 11:47 PM
The thing is, it's very easy to get along. But sadly, many people choose not to. That says a lot about themselves.
We can decide that our Home experience will be fun and problem free. Or we can choose to make a dramatic scene.
08-14-2012 12:42 AM
Like so many threads, this topic has already been addressed before...Repeatedly...
The general answer to this question is that it is not in human nature to "get along." Life is a constant struggle of dominance and survival, be it as basic as food and water, or as complex as social, political, or professional infrastructure.
08-14-2012 04:56 AM - edited 08-14-2012 05:18 AM
You can't drop drama anywhere, because by doing so it will only show your own hypocrisy in time.
Like, let's say I state how I will delete people who start drama. Okay, that's fine, but what if it's drama that's caused for the right reasons? Let's say you have a friend who gets harassed for months, and they start to stick up for themselves, BUT wait! They are technically causing drama, right? Exactly. They are causing "drama" with the person who has been harassing them.
Uh-oh. Now my beloved friend is harassing the harasser. I guess I should delete them, right? Oh, I can let it slide...
Bottom line: It's narrow minded and immature to let so called "drama" get to you, to the point in which you wish to avoid it at all cost. You can't escape these things. You can remove someone who upsets you, which of course will cause that magical word "drama". But, I'm talking about other forms of so called "drama". Ones that are not involved with you directly, but you take it upon yourself to get involved (which is childish).
And like my example above, where would you draw the line in the sand? If I were to state I will remove people who start drama, then I guess it would have to be for any purpose, even if my friend is in the right. You can't just have one or the other, the world doesn't work that way.
08-14-2012 05:19 AM