How do you handle unfriending someone on Facebook?
Assume the person did nothing wrong, but you suspect they are stalking you for someone else. Would you unfriend or just leave it be? Would you talk with them first?
Just block your friend from seeing your profile..but still have him as your friend so that you can have your own advantage over him..
I would unfriend them. No big deal. I did that once. I had an acquaintance as a "friend" but she posted very freaking thing she did all day long on face book with her phone complete with lots of four letter words in the description. I got tired of my page being her page and so filled with garbage so I just unfriended. I don't imagine she even noticed.
Just like pulling off a bandaid. Just a quick rip. If it is an actual friend, then talk through why you would want to unfriend them.
by Christy Birmingham 4 years ago
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by LoliHey 3 years ago
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by LoliHey 2 years ago
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by Keith Schroeder 6 years ago
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by quicksand 5 years ago
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