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How would you handle a friend who shared you intimate secrets you shared with him or her............
.......with everyone else
Can you give details to the question? I'm not sure what you're asking.
Well, he/she would never be my friend again. Can not trust him/her.
I would stay away from that person on a personal level. I would more than likely not speak to him/her for a while at first. If we spoke again, it would not be the same ever. How could it be. How could I learn from that experience if I forgive, and forget.
There is something to forgiving, but there is only repeating if you also forget what was done to you.
Learn from your mistake. Intimate details are just that--supposed to stay intimate. Keep your intimate secrets to yourself--and consider getting a new friend because the one who shared your secrets has betrayed you.
There is nothing to handle.....how is it possible to even consider this person to still be YouR friend much less a friend.
If it was a close friend, I would try to work it out. Afterall, most of us have made mistakes in our relationships.
Anyone else, I would let that person know that they betrayed my trust and that "what goes around, comes around". I would also have learned a lesson. Spreading gossip is a bad practice.
I think there is nothing to handle. IF it was close friend, i would just try to work it out.
I wouldn't handle him/her. They would cease to exist in my world.
The first thing I would do, is to cease calling that person "my
Then I would acknowledge the facts of the revelation to those concerned by it and move on.
The person is not a friend. Stop the relationship. Tell the person why and move on.
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