Culprit? The Third Person!
The best way to solve a conflict between two people is for them to talk it out among themselves and then come to a conclusion. Do you agree? That usually does not happen and people involve more people and dramatize the situation to such an extent that it feels like a very big deal when it actually is not.
Misunderstandings are often caused because of the involvement of a third person. If two people have a problem with each other they should confront it and talk it out calmly with each other instead of involving anyone else because it wouldn’t be anybody else’s business, and the one who is being targeted or victimized would obviously feel threatened, angry and offended which would make things much worse.
There are some people who are always on the lookout for gossip and some kind of entertainment and at times these people come in the form of your so called “friends” when they are actually not. They are always backbiting about you and thinking of games to play because they have nothing better in their lives to do. They try their level best to make yours miserable since it gives them some pleasure and distracts them from their boring lives. This is one of the reasons I feel Star plus should be nonexistent at least in our country because it really does play a huge rule in corrupting the minds of those who watch it, especially the women.
The third person is USUALLY the culprit and the one responsible for making things worse. He or she manipulates the truth and passes it on, making it sound as awful and as harsh as possible. They will go to one person and get something out of them and then go to the other and tell them a highly distorted version of it in a very rude manner, creating more misunderstandings while they are actually claiming to fix things. Such people are worthless and highly pathetic and everyone must be on the lookout for such ‘friends.’
If there is a conflict between two people then don’t you think it should be those two people who should sort it out among themselves without involving anyone else? Don’t you think at times the involvement of a third person makes things worse and the third person is usually the one responsible for creating all the misunderstandings?