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should i still be friends with someone even though they joined in mocking me when someone was publicly shaming me in class
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should i still be friends with someone even though they joined in mocking me when someone was publicly shaming me in class
No. If they were a true friend they would have defended you.
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Hell to the no. A real friend would have backed you up. I'm really sorry that had to happen.
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i should probably explain how i provoked the situation, i was doing something wrong, but do you think i still deserved to be publicly shamed and mocked?
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i should probably explain how i provoked the situation, i was doing something wrong, but do you think i still deserved to be publicly shamed and mocked?
Friends don't pick on you for making mistakes. Unless you wronged them.
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i should probably explain how i provoked the situation, i was doing something wrong, but do you think i still deserved to be publicly shamed and mocked?
Well... I don't think so. But you shouldn't probably have not done something wrong though
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No. Who needs enemies with friends like that?!
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that's so true and yet they managed to make me feel so guilty for getting upset, and no i didn't even wrong them, i was being kind of rude to a teacher...
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that's so true and yet they managed to make me feel so guilty for getting upset, and no i didn't even wrong them, i was being kind of rude to a teacher...
oh right. What did you say though that made your friends to be that intense?
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that's so true and yet they managed to make me feel so guilty for getting upset, and no i didn't even wrong them, i was being kind of rude to a teacher...
Honestly, it depends on what they said and their intentions. If they were 'rude' in a way that perhaps your parent might be when you do something wrong, they probably have your best interests at heart and are trying to make you realise where you were wrong to make you a better person. However, they should have done so privately.

Either way, it's your call. You are the best judge as you know your situation best.
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Honestly, it depends on what they said and their intentions. If they were 'rude' in a way that perhaps your parent might be when you do something wrong, they probably have your best interests at heart and are trying to make you realise where you were wrong to make you a better person. However, they should have done so privately.

Either way, it's your call. You are the best judge as you know your situation best.
EXACTLY RIGHT. Totally agree
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No!!!
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should i still be friends with someone even though they joined in mocking me when someone was publicly shaming me in class
No, true friends would defend you, value yourself, and begin to relate only with people who give you due value. Don't accept what they are doing with you.
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on Friday i was being a bit rude to my teacher so this boy we will call him J starts shouting and cussing me out. this other boy called S that's suppose to be my friend starts laughing and calling out. this other boy suppose to be my friend ,D, starts calling out ,making these insensitive comments.
Monday comes and i had a meltdown (not because of this situation) so i came to call late as i enter class J starts cussing me out, completely unprovoked and S has this dirty smirk on his face as J's cussing me out. Throughout the class maybe like a handful of times the would pick on me but i just ignored.
After that class i was very upset, I planned on getting revenge so they would get a taste of their own medicine.
every time i see S i would start putting up middle fingers and laughing at him. i did it to him again as he entered this classroom, but went a bit too far and it became a heated argument J now comes and gets involved S and J gang up on me and start shouting claiming they never insulted me in anyway. i try to speak but they start talking over me and i completely lost my train of thought, i was just there looking dumb.
all their friends start attacking me. i just left and went to the counsellor and she has some students in her room and one them is on the sofa with a blazer other their head. i start explaining to the counsellor what happened and ask her to bring these S, J and D into her office so we can get this matter resolved. She tells me to leave and as i'm about to leave the person with the blazer on their head takes it off, its D. he starts cussing me saying how he tries to be nice me but 'im an unappreciative *****'.
who's in the wrong here? and what do you think i should do to resolve the matter?
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(Original post by QueenTbiomed)
Honestly, it depends on what they said and their intentions. If they were 'rude' in a way that perhaps your parent might be when you do something wrong, they probably have your best interests at heart and are trying to make you realise where you were wrong to make you a better person. However, they should have done so privately.

Either way, it's your call. You are the best judge as you know your situation best.
it wasn't in a constructive way. one of them cussed me out calling me a stupid ***** that i should get the **** out of this room and other hurtful slurs
i already no i can never be friends with that boy again. there was 2 others, one was making negative comments and laughing at me, the other was laughing and mocking me. Are any of them my friends?
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it wasn't in a constructive way. one of them cussed me out calling me a stupid ***** that i should get the **** out of this room and other hurtful slurs
i already no i can never be friends with that boy again. there was 2 others, one was making negative comments and laughing at me, the other was laughing and mocking me. Are any of them my friends?
That's actually horrible. I'm sooooooooooo sorry. Damn. They are NOT your friends. So sorry
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i was sick and my voice was broken and my teacher was telling me speak louder and i said 'well my voice hurts, so im not exactly going to talk loud am i?'
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oh right. What did you say though that made your friends to be that intense?
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i was sick and my voice was broken and my teacher was telling me speak louder and i said 'well my voice hurts, so im not exactly going to talk loud am i?'
I feel you. My voice is broken right now and it hurts. They had no rights to be rude to you. Besides what you said to the teacher was the truth not a rude answer
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what i said wasn't rude it was the way i said it.
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I feel you. My voice is broken right now and it hurts. They had no rights to be rude to you. Besides what you said to the teacher was the truth not a rude answer
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it wasn't as much what i said as the way i said it.

(Original post by Crazy4Creativity)
I feel you. My voice is broken right now and it hurts. They had no rights to be rude to you. Besides what you said to the teacher was the truth not a rude answer
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