Secrets Twisted and Served as Gossip

Every one wants to be us

The funny thing about secrets, the harder we try to hide things, the more likely they are to surface. Covering your tracks by telling more stories can muddy the waters or it can point straight back to you. The more secrets you have the more you have to cover. The more you have to cover the more mixed up you get. So the best way to be really is up front and honest. Then you don’t get tangled up in your own web. Secrets can be toxic things they can strangle relationships.

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When people in relationships and friendships share secrets that is wonderful unless one of them wants attention badly. That is when the whole thing can go upside down. Remember when dealing with others, those that gossip with you will most probably gossip about you. When relationships go south all those little secrets can come tumbling out. A lot of times people who have been your enemy become your friends and your friends become your enemies. Therefore be very careful of anything you share.

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In currying favor with new friends, old friends will use your secrets and even embellish them. Kissed a boy? Well, they will make it spicier and say you had sex. Shoplifted when you were ten? It becomes you spent time in prison for theft. Said something about someone else in anger? That will be embellished to make that other person hate you for sure. Have a mental illness or one in your family? Well, you are mental for sure. You have to be don’t you? That whole thing with genetics you know. Crazy as the rest of them. Used a little pot? Must be a raging drug addict. You get my point. Anything said can be embellished and stretched until you can’t even recognize the original secret.

Anything you say can be twisted and used. Secrets are fine things when they remain secrets. When they become more they can be vicious weapons used on the foolish and unwary.

How did I become so wise about the subject of secrets? That is an easy one. I foolishly trusted others. It happens more often than you would think. People that I felt cared about me. They didn’t. End of story.

12 comments

  1. marilynmunrow · June 2, 2015

    Reblogged this on Marilyn Munrow and commented:
    Oh i learned exactly the same way. I do have an elite few who i.would trust with my life. But anybosy else is a would be gossip in my mind now . Br careful though gossip.where you stick that knife, it could be the one that you find buried in your own back

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  2. Gale A. Molinari · June 2, 2015

    Exactly. Thank you for the reblog!

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  3. spartacus2030 · June 2, 2015

    Gossip was just the topic I was going to blog about! So you took the words right out of my mouth! WOW! Your timing is impecable… Your article brings straight foreward, informative advice that so many of us so often forget to follow. Brilliant finish! ‘Lose lips sink ships!’ Yes?

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    • Gale A. Molinari · June 2, 2015

      Thanks, you got it perfectly. Just sharing a sad experience that I think all of us encounter at some time.

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  4. M&M, Inc. · June 3, 2015

    Reblogged this on Phoenix Rising From the Ashes and commented:
    I became wise of this just as you did my friend, by trusting the wrong person!

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  6. mother wintermoon · September 16, 2015

    Gossip is insidious…I was in the midst of writing a post about it, but it’s still in draft mode. Timely post!

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  7. M&M, Inc. · September 16, 2015

    I have been bitten by just this situation. I trusted someone that was almost a daughter to me only to find out I was a pawn in a game she plays. She took my personal business and twisted it and then broadcasted it to make her look the victum…..I learned a very painful lesson…

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    • Gale A. Molinari · September 16, 2015

      How sad but sometimes people we trust turn out that way. I hope her friends discover what she is.

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