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Opinions Silent Treatment

Discussion in 'General Mental Health' started by PinkSwirls, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. PinkSwirls

    PinkSwirls Guest

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  2. Criada

    Criada <b> Recovery Co-manager </b><br><b>Moderation & St Supporter Staff on LOA

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    I'm sorry it's so painful, sister.
    Sometimes it's best to just leave it and move on... not easy, I know, but the pain does diminish with time :hug:
    Praying for you.
  3. Chococat

    Chococat I love Jesus and kittycats

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    I know how you feel Pink.:hug: I used to have an online friend that used to do that on me whenever we had a quarrel and it is a terrible thing. She also used to sign off without giving me warning or saying goodbye when I tried to question her. This tactic is usually used to punish or manipulate a person. In fact I read somewhere that in India giving someone the "silent treatment" is considered a form of witchcraft and some people who use it are actually under demonic influence so yes it is from the Enemy. If the person concerned is using this tactic frequently like Criada says you are better off without them.