Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Confronting while angry


When you are talking to the person that made you angry, it is common to lose control and say a lot of things. Here are some common sentences.

"I thought you were a friend. I had so much trust in you. I can't believe you did this to me."

"What were you thinking when you stabbed me in the back. Did it feel good?"

"Why'd you do it?"

"Jackie is only a friend. We didn't do anything. Why did you run off and tell Cindy that I was on a date. Do you know how much shit I had to deal with?"

"You know I still have feelings for Mandy. You didn't even consider my feelings. What? Am I not a friend or something?"

"You're not the only one hurting for money. You owe me five hundred dollars. I need it now."

"You didn't have to tell my parents that I owed you money. I said I would pay you back when I got my paycheck. I can't believe you would do this."

Sentences you can ask or say if you feel a friend is angry with you

"Are you mad at me?"
"Are you angry?"
"You're not disappointed are you?"
"Don't be angry with me. I really didn't mean it."
"I didn't know you were involved. I hope you're not mad at me."
"I really didn't know it was going to make you upset."

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