Did Jennifer Cross a Line on Thanksgiving?

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Re: Did Jennifer Cross a Line on Thanksgiving?

Post by Christina Rose » 27 Nov 2017, 05:23

In real life I hope I’d still think of the kids first. I can talk to their parents off to the side about forgiving each other. That way the kids are fine regardless, and can enjoy their holiday.

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Post by BoyLazy » 27 Nov 2017, 06:07

Christina Rose wrote:In real life I hope I’d still think of the kids first. I can talk to their parents off to the side about forgiving each other. That way the kids are fine regardless, and can enjoy their holiday.
Well said.. Children are like clay.. they are moulded by our actions from young age.
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Post by Christina Rose » 27 Nov 2017, 19:34

BoyLazy wrote:
Christina Rose wrote:In real life I hope I’d still think of the kids first. I can talk to their parents off to the side about forgiving each other. That way the kids are fine regardless, and can enjoy their holiday.
Well said.. Children are like clay.. they are moulded by our actions from young age.

Yes they are. They can either benefit from our actions, or share in the consequences.

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Post by Beryl shinah » 28 Nov 2017, 04:40

Yes she did cross a line,her heart was in the right place and her action was right for the long run

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Post by BoyLazy » 28 Nov 2017, 06:05

Beryl shinah wrote:Yes she did cross a line,her heart was in the right place and her action was right for the long run
I agree, this is always the right thing to do.
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Post by Poornima » 29 Nov 2017, 02:19

BoyLazy wrote:
27 Nov 2017, 04:55
Poornima wrote:
BoyLazy wrote:I too think it's good for long run..
Have you faced any such occurrences in real life?
In real life it is too complicated to judge without being in the situation.
It is easy to say and comment from here but if it happens in real life then it is very difficult

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Post by BoyLazy » 29 Nov 2017, 02:20

Poornima wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 02:19
BoyLazy wrote:
27 Nov 2017, 04:55
Poornima wrote: Have you faced any such occurrences in real life?
In real life it is too complicated to judge without being in the situation.
It is easy to say and comment from here but if it happens in real life then it is very difficult
Rightly said. What are your thoughts on this subject?
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Post by Poornima » 29 Nov 2017, 02:21

Talk separately. No need to create drama in front of everyone.

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Post by BoyLazy » 29 Nov 2017, 02:22

Poornima wrote:
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Talk separately. No need to create drama in front of everyone.
Drama is a part always when it comes to writing and reading books. In real life it could have been handled differently.
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Post by Christina Rose » 29 Nov 2017, 10:42

Beryl shinah wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 04:40
Yes she did cross a line,her heart was in the right place and her action was right for the long run
Her heart was definitely in the right place, and I’m glad it turned out to be helpful in the end.

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Post by Christina Rose » 29 Nov 2017, 10:43

Poornima wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 02:21
Talk separately. No need to create drama in front of everyone.
That’s how I feel

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Post by BoyLazy » 30 Nov 2017, 03:01

Poornima wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 02:21
Talk separately. No need to create drama in front of everyone.
That is a good way of looking at it..
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Post by Medha Jha » 30 Nov 2017, 03:19

I don't like such action. It was very wrong that she did.

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Post by BoyLazy » 30 Nov 2017, 03:19

She could have and should have thought before acting. She may have handled it better and matuer way.
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Post by Medha Jha » 30 Nov 2017, 03:48

BoyLazy wrote:
30 Nov 2017, 03:19
She could have and should have thought before acting. She may have handled it better and matuer way.
yes

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