Lea Black

Lea wonders how she should interpret Lisa's biting comments.

on Oct 25, 2012

Is laughing more fun than gossiping, pouting, or stirring things up?

What is gossip anyway? We've been told some of these girls don't like gossip, so I'm trying to determine what's gossip and what's not. Maybe ridiculing and gossip are not the same? And talking behind someone’s back, what category does that fall in?

Can some dish it out but not take it? Just curious.

And what's the difference between watching and observing things happen versus creating and making things happen? Which one might be boring to watch?

Are some people looking for what's wrong rather than embracing what's not? Why would anyone do that? Curious.

Are double standards appropriate/acceptable?

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