What are you really saying?
We have all done it on occasion and it’s a bad habit that should be avoided in the future. The habit is subliminally delivering a message that touches upon a sensitive subject. We don’t want to confront another or tell them they are wrong. So when an opportunity presents itself to say something to a group just hinting at the subject, we hope the message will be received by the one individual.
The compounding effect of bad vibes
Unfortunately this type of communication backfires in a big way. The targeted person receives the comment, becomes annoyed and then discusses with another in the group as to what previously transpired and the entire history of what was actually said.
photoNow you have a third person in the middle of the two of you who becomes equally annoyed at best. But the compounding effect of bad vibes continues. You now have the potential for bad word of mouth among peers and potential disintegration of the group. If you personally have ever been guilty of this, promise yourself that from now on you will never stoop to this type of communication.
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