Treated not fair enough?

Philippines
October 27, 2010 6:16pm CST
Have you been in a situation where people doesnt treat you right just because you happen to have friends or love ones whom they didnt like ?
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4 responses
@gr8life (6253)
• Malaysia
4 Nov 10
Hi torchablazed, I don't get it why people will act like that. It happened to me too. I had a disagreement with a friend not long ago and out of sudden, all her close friends look at me like I am an alien or a criminal! They should think wiser, shouldn't they? If I am not in a good term with one of your friends, it doesn't mean that I am your enemy!
• Philippines
4 Nov 10
Only immature mindset can do that gr8, they are perhaps jealous or purely childish act. I ignore those kind of act but often let it pass, and by that I usually make a first gesture that nothing seemed to happened. Now, it is really their problem if they keep acting that way. Thanks for the response, appreciate it.
@ANTIQUELADY (36488)
• United States
28 Oct 10
yES, I have been there done that.It's been quite a few years ago but i haven't forgotten it & really don'thave any use for the people that did that. I'm sure the feeling ismutual, lol.
• Philippines
4 Nov 10
There are more important things that need to be done than giving attention to these kind of behavior who is obviously looking for some attention. Good for you to have forgotten them and hope they did as well to you, but anyways, that is their problem if they can't move on with the thought that they hate your friend and hated you too. Too unreasonable.
@donsky14 (5963)
• Philippines
28 Oct 10
Thankfully, no, I haven't been in that situation. I think thats sort of immature if your gonna be involve with the mistreatment just because your friends or family with that person that they don't like.
• Philippines
4 Nov 10
Totally immature someone who got a mindset doesnt need to be put importance, nonetheless they as well must not be followed but rather showed them the opposite of their act. Some though would realize later over this mistake.
• United States
27 Oct 10
Yes, I went to school in a very rich neighborhood, but I was from a family that was middle class. I was always the outcast. No parents wanted their children hanging out with me. I was like the black sheep. I was treated like I had a disease, literally. Luckily, as I get older, I have made better friends and things like that do not matter as much.
• Philippines
28 Oct 10
Some rich kids and even rich adults doesn't necessarily know what's the real essence of life and sadly they misses them the most. Gladly though you we're able to find people who values a person than what he has. I wish the meaning of equality can be practiced for real whether in school or in society but sometimes it remains just an idea.