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    Carerra Lu IZthe411's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Hmm... it depends on the loved one's personality. If she takes things too personally, then I would lie to not create an unnecessary argument or hurt her feelings. If not, then I would tell the truth.

    That's what I'm getting at. I was surprised that I was able to remain objective and to not take anybody's side. Even if it meant hurting someone's feelings, I felt it necessary to state that nobody was more right than the other. They all acted in a way that caused the situation at hand. It was an eye opener for me.

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    Since I want fairness and justice for all people, damn sure I am objective.

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    Generally, if the conflict was between a stranger and a loved one, I'd prefer to stay out of it. I hate conflict unless I know I am on the winning side. In this case, as I'd be clearly in the wrong to support my family member, I don't think I could. I might provide some words of comfort or objective advice but otherwise, the conflict really isn't any of my business.

    In the case that I would be forced to take action, ultimately I think justice is more important to me than family so I'd make sure that any debts are payed. You can't fault me for something like that.

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    Exactly, Wicked Queen and BlueSky.

    I heard someone saying that you should always take sides with the family member, especially if it's an SO. I don't think so.

    If you are wrong, you're wrong. But being considerate, I probably would try to wait until I was out of the public to show my family member that they were wrong. Otherwise, I'd try to stay out of it like BlueSky mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    I heard someone saying that you should always take sides with the family member, especially if it's an SO. I don't think so.

    If you are wrong, you're wrong. But being considerate, I probably would try to wait until I was out of the public to show my family member that they were wrong. Otherwise, I'd try to stay out of it like BlueSky mentioned.
    Yeah, makes sense to me.

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