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Have you ever disliked someone out of loyalty?


Maybe this person hurt a friend, sibling, or co-worker in some way (but) they have never been anything but kind towards you. Should your friend's enemies be your enemies by default? Is it (mature) to allow your friend's experiences with someone to effect your behavior towards them?

 

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    SandCastles 3 years ago

    It really depends on what the person did to your friend. Did a man brutally beat your friend and put her in the hospital on several occassions. Is he a remorseless monster but is nice to you? Would you be polite and kind to this man?


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