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I am at university and consider my self to be really close with my flatmates. However last night 2 of them were in my room and we were watching a movie. I fell asleep during the movie. I woke up but still had my eyes closed and overheard my friends talk about me whilst they thought I was asleep. it was predominately only one of the girls. I don't think it was malicious - but very wrong of them to do it in front of me whilst they thought I was sleeping. I am not a confrontational person and think it would be very uncomfortable for everyone if I were to tell them what I heard. any advice?
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That is not nice of them at all. It honestly depends on what they said as to what I would personally do. Maybe if it was just ‘ common gossip ‘ about something then leave it as it may cause conflict. However, if it’s something quite bad and which u consider to be offensive etc then I think u should bring it up with them, just talk it out and see what can be done to resolve the issue.
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(Original post by Username752)
That is not nice of them at all. It honestly depends on what they said as to what I would personally do. Maybe if it was just ‘ common gossip ‘ about something then leave it as it may cause conflict. However, if it’s something quite bad and which u consider to be offensive etc then I think u should bring it up with them, just talk it out and see what can be done to resolve the issue.
they said that sometimes when I try to be funny it comes across as rude and I follow them like a lost puppy.
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Everyone gossips the problem here is that you heard the actual gossiping, I wouldn't think too much of it to be honest
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Urm I get that "everyone gossips", but by not confronting them you're saying it's okay for them to treat you like that.

I get that they didn't know you were awake but they're ****ty 'friends' (if you want to call them that), to be speaking about you like that.

I say confront them. How childish of them to be saying such things.

Good luck OP
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(Original post by MiaNova)
Urm I get that "everyone gossips", but by not confronting them you're saying it's okay for them to treat you like that.

I get that they didn't know you were awake but they're ****ty 'friends' (if you want to call them that), to be speaking about you like that.

I say confront them. How childish of them to be saying such things.

Good luck OP
I mean since he has heard it the only sensible thing to do now would be to confront them, going about with your normal life wouldn't be very clever
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At least you heard what the issue that they have is about. Bear their comments in mind and try to forget about it - it wasn't anything too horrible.It's sometimes difficult being in a 3, so perhaps you can find a 4th person to join you? It sounds like one of them is insecure.
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