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10 May 2005 

Silent Spectators - of fight and fighting

two people fighting When a fight involves more than just two people, things get a little complicated. Maybe your circle of friends has split into two groups who haven't been gettingalong. Or maybe you're sad and confused because a bunch of your friends have decided to treat you badly, or have evenstopped talking to you-- the awful "silent treatment."

Just like with other fights, however, the first thing to do is think about what's going on. Are there just two people at the heart of the fight, and everyone else jumped on board? Is this about two or more friends ganging up on someone? Is this a fight that affects you directly, or are you just involved because somebody expected you to pick sides?

Although it's hard to resist the pressure sometimes, try not to dive into a group fight just because your friends are. If you can, make it clear to everyone that you refuse to take part...and maybe you can be the one to encourage others to start working things out.

If you find yourself at the center of a group fight, it's up to you to start the process that will end it. Figure out who else is at the center, spend some time alone with them, and get talking.

சண்டையை முடிந்தால் விக்கவும்,

முடியவில்லையெனில் சும்மா பார்த்தும், பார்க்காமல் செல்லவும்;

but not விக்கமாக Blog-ல் !

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