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INTERFERENCE......have you ever done this to a family or friend? (interfered with their relationship with a significant other, or family?) 2012

stevegtexas@aol.com 2012/04/29 20:17:22
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  • Oaces_boss_yo® 2012/05/02 02:05:55
  • Elz 2012/05/01 19:52:18
    Elz
    no
  • ajracestables1 2012/04/30 05:28:11
    ajracestables1
    No, I really just try to figure out whats up in my own life before I start adding someone elses problems to mine.
  • 3kidsandamom 2012/04/30 03:12:22
    3kidsandamom
    No but my older brother loves attempting to control who I'm with. He now doesn't understand why after he spent a Christmas running my husband down I refuse to speak to him unless he apologizes! At 35 I don't need him telling me how to live my life especially when he's miserable with his.
  • ur XLNC-PWCM 2012/04/30 01:30:50
    ur XLNC-PWCM
    +1
    I have. A daughter of FORMER friends was following in the footsteps of older sister as a runaway. She included suicidal, self destruction to the mix. Little girls that run away do a couple of things to survive and they include begging, stealing, begging and prostitution. Neither of these girls were beggars. The younger one convinced me that she was suicidal. I ntervened and wouldn'T DO IT AGAIN.. WHEN DAUGHTER FOUND OUT THAT MOM AND DAD QUIT LISTENING TO ME, she started lying to me. She was already lying to her parents. She wound up in prison before she woke and smelled the coffee. I've since heard that she saw the light and got out of prison early for good behavior. I hope I was instrumental in her not taking her life. I sure paid a huge price trying to keep her alive.
  • stevegt... ur XLNC... 2012/05/03 15:52:33
  • ur XLNC... stevegt... 2012/05/03 18:34:52
    ur XLNC-PWCM
    I've been better, but I move forward.
  • umapathy Krishnamurthy 2012/04/30 00:43:36
    umapathy Krishnamurthy
    Yes
  • raeven msbehavin 2012/04/30 00:19:34
    raeven msbehavin
    +1
    No. Waste of time as the more you profess your objection the more they cling fiercely to the object of their desire. Give advice, a warning..anything else is a waste.
  • stevegt... raeven ... 2012/05/03 15:52:59
  • Max7 2012/04/29 21:05:04
    Max7
    No, I have three grown children, and three of my grandchildren are grown, "if" they ask for my advice, I give it. If they don't, I keep my nose out of their business and I just do a lot of praying for them. Sometimes it's hard to watch them do some of the things that they do, but our parents and grandparents advised us, and we made choices that didn't always agree with them, but I guess the important thing is to be there should they fall and need that encouragement to get up, dust themselves off and try it again. Usually after this, they are willing to listen to your advice.
  • Jaroslav Dantes 2012/04/29 20:47:23 (edited)
    Jaroslav Dantes
    did not, I always remained himself. I am pretty neutral, later to be from someone intruded into private. The truth is that I wanted my friend to stop the relationship, but my feeling told me to take care of themselves. And so I did.
  • Justin Bolander 2012/04/29 20:47:18
    Justin Bolander
    Yup 1 time. I found out my lil sis was banging her high school teacher. 40 yr old married man with kids she was 18. I said knock it off or Dudes gunna be drinkin his food through a straw ! She stopped more scared mom would find out
  • raeven ... Justin ... 2012/04/30 00:21:06
    raeven msbehavin
    +1
    That was necessary and appropriate. Good on you for looking out for your sister.
  • Justin ... raeven ... 2012/04/30 01:36:18
    Justin Bolander
    Thanks that's what big brothers r 4
  • stevegt... Justin ... 2012/05/03 15:54:00 (edited)
  • Elaine Magliacane 2012/04/29 20:46:34
    Elaine Magliacane
    No NEVER... even when my brother got involved with some real doozies... kept my thoughts and comments to myself.
  • METALheadMom 2012/04/29 20:43:49
    METALheadMom
    Yup. When I choose friends, or they choose me, I am clear about who I am and what I do. The one thing I insist on doing and them doing, is being HONEST. When I have found that someone they believe to be honest with them, is NOT, I tell them, whether it is family or friend. I'm not talking about little stupid lies, I'm talking about lies that will affect their lives. Oh yes, it will cause trouble, but I can handle it. You can call that anything you want to, I don't care. Of course there is a time and a place to do this, I know that, but there is no time or place to be deceitful.
  • aherbert 2012/04/29 20:42:51
    aherbert
    oh no


    Stay out of it!
  • Independent Thinker 2012/04/29 20:40:52
    Independent Thinker
    I have not but I do not know the details so no judgement here on either side.
  • RoseyRhod 2012/04/29 20:34:08
    RoseyRhod
    I expressed my opinion to a co-worker that she could do better than her emotionally abusive boyfriend and that being alone was better than being with him. But he was a real parasite and his actions were having a serious negative impact on her health. Other than that, I keep my nose out of other people's business.
  • sky blue pink - American 2012/04/29 20:26:36
    sky blue pink - American
    +1
    No. I have enough on my plate to find anytime to interfere in someone elses relationship.
  • Pat 2012/04/29 20:22:49
    Pat
    +1
    No, I stay out of things like that.
  • darlene 2012/04/29 20:22:11
  • Kat ♪.BTO-t-BCRA-F~PWCM~ 2012/04/29 20:21:05
    Kat ♪.BTO-t-BCRA-F~PWCM~
    +2
    No, people need to make their own mistakes or figure out the truth for themselves, usually just makes them mad at you for butting in.

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