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12-09-2013 18:44 #11
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12-09-2013 19:01 #12Senior Member
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I'd just ask her (politely) and then if she persisted...just ignore.
It could be a really simple misunderstanding and easily solved which would reduce tension for ever more....or maybe she is just a nasty person. BUT, i would assume an innocent misunderstanding as my first guess.
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12-09-2013 20:23 #14
Kill her with kindness
12-09-2013 20:39 #15
12-09-2013 20:46 #16Senior Member
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Unfortunately not everyone in life is going to like us. Her problem, not yours. If you keep saying hello, you are setting a good example for your kids
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