Would you still be nice to someone you rejected?

@manzician (4739)
India
April 3, 2007 5:10am CST
Suppose a person comes out of the blue and proposes you. You rejected that person but what you do after that? Will you keep being nice to that person or will you start ignoring?
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4 responses
@asteriskec (1074)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
Unless that person did something horrible against me, I don't see any reason why I should ignore that person. If that person took the rejection well, then I think it's okay. It's better to be nice to that person and probably forge a friendship instead of hating and ignoring that person for the rest of your life.
@manzician (4739)
• India
3 Apr 07
Well, I think you have said the right thing. Until and unless that person hasnt done anything which hurts you personally you wont rejected him/her. Thanks so much for your response.
@creechy29 (132)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
you must be proud but you can do nothing about it just respect their feelings.
@maribel1218 (3085)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
It is unfair for the person to ignore him because I already cause him so much pain by rejecting him that's why I can really think I can offer a good friendship for him. There is no point in ignoring someone who adore you and love you and don't do anything bad to you. He is a human and needs affection and frienship. I really think it is fair to treat him nicely as a friend and as individual that he is.
@minty3 (592)
• Nigeria
3 Apr 07
So long as the person did not hurt me and he's not a potential threat to my other relationship(s), i'll still be nice. Afterall, my saying no does not mean nobody will ever say yes; and life goes on - he might still be useful to me in some other ways!