i have one question for all of you

@ritzz07 (791)
India
April 17, 2011 6:57am CST
hi brothers and sisters suppose if one of our very good friend had done a double cross with you what should be the best option to punish him/her
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11 responses
@msh2207 (51)
21 Jan 12
hi ritzz07 ritzz i know you are very kind hearted and you will never punish anyone so leave it but if you are asking me then i will just make him realise his/her mistake........
@Micmac (9447)
6 Jan 12
If you punish someone, you'll only hurt yourself. Be wise, and forget punishing your friend. Don't stir up the fire in the frying pan. For sure your friend rejected you in a cruel manner and that will leave marks. But why retaliate?
@lyamsitiy (104)
• Philippines
19 Apr 11
I seldom confront people who have done something against me unless its way overboard. Usually i just let it pass but bear in mind that it would take a lot of effort before i can trust that person again. Some of my friends are afraid of that personality of mine because i just keep quite and if had enough of it i just walks away and don't ever expect that i will be the good friend that i was before.
• United States
19 Apr 11
Ritzz, you certainly have a sad situation with which to deal. I guess my circle of friends and I are quite different. Nobody wants to punish anyone. If someone has disappointed another, they are no longer friends, and life goes on...
@mythociate (15953)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
18 Apr 11
First, don't let them see that they hurt you. Not knowing more specifics, I would say, "Let it slide." Oh, don't let it happen again (i.e. don't trust them with that again); but assume for now that it was an accident.
• Philippines
18 Apr 11
You really don;t need to punish him/her. What you need to do is talk to that person about the matter. Of course you will eventually need to stop being friend with him/her since he/she has double cross you. But what matters most is that you have told him/her about your feeling
@_sketch_ (5709)
• United States
17 Apr 11
It is not possible to punish someone without punishing yourself even harsher. They say the best revenge is a life well-lived. I believe that forgiveness is the best option. It is the only way to move forward with your life and continue to grow and develop as a person. Also, if they double-crossed you, then they were probably not a very good friend to begin with.
17 Apr 11
It is easy to succumb to anger and punish him/her but to forgive is what should be done. If you forgive that friend, he/she will appreciate it and understand how much of a good friend you are. In the end, it will be like a happy ending for both of you. However, punish him/her and one day, he/she will be back for more.
@weqwew (37)
• Indonesia
17 Apr 11
the show must go on, ignore him until he apologies you. and remember, even your closest could stab you in the back.
@wongchoiyee (7421)
• Malaysia
17 Apr 11
sorry...I want to ask. What is double cross? Something bad?
@sender621 (14956)
• United States
17 Apr 11
It is discouraging to find yourself in a situation where you are left feeling double crossed and used and humiliated. There are so many ways to punish someone who has hurt you. yet what that person has to live with for what they have done to your life should be punishment enough.