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Jodi - posted on 04/17/2013

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Honestly, Grace, my advice was perfectly respectful. Just because you don't LIKE my advice, doesn't mean you can report it. I wasn't attacking you, I was merely suggesting that you need to learn to ignore the situation and stop taking it as a slight on you.

Honestly, now I can see WHY you are taking everything on your Facebook so personally.... Maybe you should consider the shut down button as an alternative!

High school, much?

Jodi - posted on 04/17/2013

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Well, I must admit, this IS advice I give to my high school students - if you don't like something someone says, and it is upsetting you, block them or unfriend them on FB. What she did was exactly what she should have done if the situation was upsetting her.

However, it seems to me, you are upset that other people you are friends with are still friends with her and haven't been blocked. I think you need to learn to ignore it. If you feel like you are back in high school, it is probably because you are not coping with being unfriended and blocked, and all your other friends still being friends with the person who unfriended you. The issue is on your end not theirs. It is about the way you are perceiving it.

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Didn't your mom teach you that if you have nothing NICE to say, don't say anything at all? I don't need your hostility !

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Didn't your mom teach you that if you have nothing NICE to say, don't say anything at all? I don't need your hostility !

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