*Don’t Talk About Others Behind Their Back.---* Talking about others behind their back is a bad habit to have. Often it encourages gossip, rumors, and criticism that we normally wouldn’t say to a person’s face. What do we have to gain from this? Not much but some cheap entertainment. Maybe we’ll get some laughs and praise from our peers, but talking about others behind their back is a net loss for our relationships as a whole. To start, it makes us two-faced and hypocritical. We’re nice and respectful to someone when we are with them, but then behind their backs we paint a different picture. How can we maintain a healthy relationship with someone if we criticize them when they aren’t around? I don’t think we can.
[4/3, 7:58 PM] +91 94474 65316: If you’re about to say something negative – gossip, rumor, or criticism – then try your best to avoid saying anything about the person at all. Or, if you really want to talk about the person, make sure it is something kind, respectful, and positive. The general rule to follow is that if you’re not willing to say something in front of someone, you probably shouldn’t say it at all.