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Lesson 10: Saying It With Tact (December 8, 2018) 3 years 9 months ago #94387

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A group of your school friends have been bullying a new student. They have ridiculed his/her old clothes, bad haircut, and physical appearance. You see the hurt this is causing the new student. Wanting to fit in, you do not say anything. But sitting with your friends at lunch, you still feel bad about what has been happening.

Should you speak up? Why or why not? How can you communicate to your friend in a tactful way that everyone needs to be treated with respect regardless of the differences between us?
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Lesson 10: Saying It With Tact (December 8, 2018) 3 years 9 months ago #94406

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Personally I'd say it's not cool to be doing what you are doing to that person. How would you feel is someone did that to you. Then depending on my mood I'd either sit and talk with that person or not.

PS. this has actually happened and I did that
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Lesson 10: Saying It With Tact (December 8, 2018) 1 year 5 months ago #101374

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jGod8865 wrote:
Personally I'd say it's not cool to be doing what you are doing to that person. How would you feel is someone did that to you. Then depending on my mood I'd either sit and talk with that person or not.

PS. this has actually happened and I did that
What did you do
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Lesson 10: Saying It With Tact (December 8, 2018) 1 year 5 months ago #101489

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pathfinder4ever wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Personally I'd say it's not cool to be doing what you are doing to that person. How would you feel is someone did that to you. Then depending on my mood I'd either sit and talk with that person or not.

PS. this has actually happened and I did that
What did you do
I wonder how long it will take for him to respond

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Lesson 10: Saying It With Tact (December 8, 2018) 5 months 3 weeks ago #118755

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kpeckham wrote:
A group of your school friends have been bullying a new student. They have ridiculed his/her old clothes, bad haircut, and physical appearance. You see the hurt this is causing the new student. Wanting to fit in, you do not say anything. But sitting with your friends at lunch, you still feel bad about what has been happening.

Should you speak up? Why or why not? How can you communicate to your friend in a tactful way that everyone needs to be treated with respect regardless of the differences between us?
I've seen this happen


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Lesson 10: Saying It With Tact (December 8, 2018) 5 months 3 weeks ago #118771

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kpeckham wrote:
A group of your school friends have been bullying a new student. They have ridiculed his/her old clothes, bad haircut, and physical appearance. You see the hurt this is causing the new student. Wanting to fit in, you do not say anything. But sitting with your friends at lunch, you still feel bad about what has been happening.

Should you speak up? Why or why not? How can you communicate to your friend in a tactful way that everyone needs to be treated with respect regardless of the differences between us?

I would probably be scared to speak to them. :S :( That’s sad. Please pray for me, that I can be bold. It would be more likely for me to speak to the person being teased and probably compliment them.
Anyway, I’m in online school so I wouldn’t mind typing to the person who is being mean.

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Lesson 10: Saying It With Tact (December 8, 2018) 5 months 3 weeks ago #118811

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jGod8865 wrote:
Personally I'd say it's not cool to be doing what you are doing to that person. How would you feel is someone did that to you. Then depending on my mood I'd either sit and talk with that person or not.

PS. this has actually happened and I did that
I thought this was a recent post. smh


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