Acting different

United States
October 28, 2007 10:36pm CST
Do you tend to act differently with your family and then different with your friends?
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5 responses
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
29 Oct 07
Yeah, many times.. There are some things that r not to be shared with ur family memebers and some of them not to be shared with ur friends.. So, at times, U have to act differently with both of them.. U need to act according to the situation, and that's exactly what I do..
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@terrych (1227)
• United States
29 Oct 07
Nop, I usually act about the same with friends and family... and a lot of time my friends and family are together...
@williamjisir (22909)
• China
29 Oct 07
I admit that sometimes I do. When we are with our friends, I think that we can have more fun and have some sense of humor and we can have some jokes, but when we are with our family members, we tend to be a little bit serious though not very.
@ericajoyce (1749)
• Philippines
29 Oct 07
Yes, I do tend to act differently with my family and then different with my friends. With my family I tend to be talkative and with my friends I tend to be shy and timid. But, Im trying my best to avoid being too shy with my friends.
@fineartist (1217)
• United States
29 Oct 07
This is a very interesting question. I am sure that I act differently with everyone, regardless of whether or not they are friends or relatives. But with good friends, I do not have to weigh and measure everything I say. With some relatives, I feel very comfortable and feel at ease and can be myself. It really depends on the particular relative. I suppose we can all act more sincerely and genuinely with people who accept us and like us. I hope I answered your question to some extent. :)