Author Topic: How do you sympathize? Do you?  (Read 6855 times)

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scotcat60

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Re: How do you sympathize? Do you?
« Reply #60 on: April 13, 2014, 11:31:44 AM »
Reminds me of the story of Nell Gwynne versus Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of Porstmouth, both mistresses of Charles II. They disliked each other heartily. When Louise went into extravagant and public mourning over someone who had died at the court of France, Nell mocked her and outdid her by her show of mourning for the Grand Cham of Tartary.

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Re: How do you sympathize? Do you?
« Reply #61 on: April 18, 2014, 11:00:52 PM »
Distance yourself from her whenever she goes into one of her drama crusades. Does she act up more if she is acknowledged?

I'll admit I was shocked and upset by Michael Jackson's death as I was a fan, but I sucked it up and held in the cry till after work.

Today, Good Friday, is a bit sad to me for religious reasons. Again, I saved it for church and once I went back to work I was all business again. Actually I'm happier after the service, because I believe in the miracle of what came NEXT.

I'm going to POD what the above posters have said about avoiding her. How does she keep her job when she behaves so childishly?

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