My question is about what to do about rudeness:
I was shopping with two friends at a trunk show when another friend said to one of the friends, “You and Max will have to come to dinner soon. Can you come next Friday? I’ll invite Alex and Molly, too.”
What bothered me was not so much the fact that I wasn’t invited, but the rudeness and insensitivity of how the invitation was extended in front of me and another friend. The rude friend is someone who likes to drop names and is thought to be a social whore. As a friend, do I talk to her about this or let it slide? She really should know better.
Let it go. The friend you think you can help is an attention whore who wants something from your friend whom she is inviting and will repeat the cycle to get to the top of the social ladder no matter what.
Hopefully, the social climber, who thinks friendships are a game, will mature beyond her social climbing ways when she realizes that her shallowness in hurting other people’s feelings has been witnessed too many times.
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