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Things you want to say:

  • your impressions of the person do not match

  • you do not know, but suspect it might not be true or at least over exaggerated

  • you are not interested in this discussion

So if the person starts ranting wait for the first pause and then clarify these things in a calm tone:

That's not an experience I had with him/her yet so I can't help you with this. I would suggest you talk to him/her about it directly.

If they persist, continue telling them the exact same thing: you don't mind, you can't help them, they should resolve the issue with the person directly.

Other than that try to avoid contact, but in my experience most people will stop if I continuously say that.

Things you want to say:

  • your impressions of the person do not match

  • you do not know, but suspect it might not be true or at least over exaggerated

  • you are not interested in this discussion

So if the person starts ranting wait for the first pause and then clarify these things in a calm tone:

That's not an experience I had with him/her yet so I can't help you with this. I would suggest you talk to him/her about it directly.

If they persist, continue telling them the exact same thing: you don't mind, you can't help them, they should resolve the issue with the person directly.

Other than that try to avoid contact, but in my experience most people will stop if I continuously say that.

Things you want to say:

  • your impressions of the person do not match

  • you do not know, but suspect it might not be true or at least exaggerated

  • you are not interested in this discussion

So if the person starts ranting wait for the first pause and then clarify these things in a calm tone:

That's not an experience I had with him/her yet so I can't help you with this. I would suggest you talk to him/her about it directly.

If they persist, continue telling them the exact same thing: you don't mind, you can't help them, they should resolve the issue with the person directly.

Other than that try to avoid contact, but in my experience most people will stop if I continuously say that.

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Things you want to say:

  • your impressions of the person do not match

  • you do not know, but suspect it might not be true or at least over exaggerated

  • you are not interested in this discussion

So if the person starts ranting wait for the first pause and then clarify these things in a calm tone:

That's not an experience I had with him/her yet so I can't help you with this. I would suggest you talk to him/her about it directly.

If they persist, continue telling them the exact same thing: you don't mind, you can't help them, they should resolve the issue with the person directly.

Other than that try to avoid contact, but in my experience most people will stop if I continueslycontinuously say that.

Things you want to say:

  • your impressions of the person do not match

  • you do not know, but suspect it might not be true or at least over exaggerated

  • you are not interested in this discussion

So if the person starts ranting wait for the first pause and then clarify these things in a calm tone:

That's not an experience I had with him/her yet so I can't help you with this. I would suggest you talk to him/her about it directly.

If they persist, continue telling them the exact same thing: you don't mind, you can't help them, they should resolve the issue with the person directly.

Other than that try to avoid contact, but in my experience most people will stop if I continuesly say that.

Things you want to say:

  • your impressions of the person do not match

  • you do not know, but suspect it might not be true or at least over exaggerated

  • you are not interested in this discussion

So if the person starts ranting wait for the first pause and then clarify these things in a calm tone:

That's not an experience I had with him/her yet so I can't help you with this. I would suggest you talk to him/her about it directly.

If they persist, continue telling them the exact same thing: you don't mind, you can't help them, they should resolve the issue with the person directly.

Other than that try to avoid contact, but in my experience most people will stop if I continuously say that.

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Things you want to say:

  • your impressions of the person do not match

  • you do not know, but suspect it might not be true or at least over exaggerated

  • you are not interested in this discussion

So if the person starts ranting wait for the first pause and then clarify these things in a calm tone:

That's not an experience I had with him/her yet so I can't help you with this. I would suggest you talk to him/her about it directly.

If they persist, continue telling them the exact same thing: you don't mind, you can't help them, they should resolve the issue with the person directly.

Other than that try to avoid contact, but in my experience most people will stop if I continuesly say that.

Things you want to say:

  • your impressions of the person do not match

  • you do not know, but suspect it might not be true or at least over exaggerated

  • you are not interested in this discussion

Things you want to say:

  • your impressions of the person do not match

  • you do not know, but suspect it might not be true or at least over exaggerated

  • you are not interested in this discussion

So if the person starts ranting wait for the first pause and then clarify these things in a calm tone:

That's not an experience I had with him/her yet so I can't help you with this. I would suggest you talk to him/her about it directly.

If they persist, continue telling them the exact same thing: you don't mind, you can't help them, they should resolve the issue with the person directly.

Other than that try to avoid contact, but in my experience most people will stop if I continuesly say that.

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