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I asked someone i knew to help me with something. It was a problem someone else had. They did help and the other person had a go at them. They blamed me.

I won't be asking again.......BUT CAN you ever win in this situation?

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I asked someone i knew to help me with something. It was a problem someone else had. They did help and the other person had a go at them. They blamed me.

I won't be asking again.......BUT CAN you ever win in this situation?

 

No actually cos once you involve another someone then the someone you were helping thinks that you have betrayed that someone with the someone you've asked to help and you are then unable to justify to that someone why you involved the other someone when someone supposedly told you in confidence (I think) !!!

 

Best to let someone sort their own problem or tell them to speak to "someone" else! :roll:

 

Hope this helps - but then you can always speak to "someone" who knows. :wink:

;) Boobaby

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.....BUT CAN you ever win in this situation?
Since I haven't the foggiest idea of what 'this stuation' is, I haven't got a clue :confused:.

 

But I always get the the blame for every little thng that goes wrong, so generally speaking, no you can never win. Get used to it!! :D

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I asked them because I could not help them(it was on an internet forum ;D ) the OP had a go at them and they took it out on me.......I don't take things personally on an internet forum, they did though.

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No actually cos once you involve another someone then the someone you were helping thinks that you have betrayed that someone with the someone you've asked to help and you are then unable to justify to that someone why you involved the other someone when someone supposedly told you in confidence (I think) !!!

 

I'm going to get someone to ask someone to explain this to me;)
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Since I haven't the foggiest idea of what 'this stuation' is, I haven't got a clue :confused:.

 

But I always get the the blame for every little thng that goes wrong, so generally speaking, no you can never win. Get used to it!! :D

 

I blame you for it Micheal. No one else but you and your meddling ways :D

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I'm going to get someone to ask someone to explain this to me;)

 

Not like you to not know what's going on - I thought i did a pretty good explanation of doing the right thing etc... Perhaps I should just have said NO and blamed you after all everyone else does perhaps "someone" ought to?

 

Boo :wink:

 

PS yourbank - i'm sure you did the right thing to be honest people sometimes don't want to hear a resolution just want someone to blame so take comfort in that you tried to help! :grin:

;) Boobaby

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They caught me as well, when they blamed me. I asked, they helped, they got hacked off. Such is life. Good job its just an internet friend otherwise, it would have been worse. I did thank them for helping or rather trying to. Sometimes, you are damned for helping.

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Sometimes, you are damned for helping.

 

And damned if you don't :wink: We all learn the hard way - good advice castlebest.

;) Boobaby

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Helping ... oooh ... ooops ... last time did that ... ended up losing everything. Literally. So, know these things well. ;)

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