What to do if someone hears you talking about them
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When having a private conversation in a public place--even a crowded New York City restaurant--you can never be too circumspect. After ordering, Katie took out her New Yorker and began to read when suddenly, amidst the ambient sound of the dinner hour bustle, she thought she heard her full name uttered--and in an oddly conversational tone, not as an address.
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View Full Version : How do you deal with having someone overhear you talk about them? This is about derogatory comments or spreading rumors. What are the best options? Deny you were talking about them? Say you were joking?
Gossiping creates and spreads negativity, but most people still gossip sometimes. Maybe you were frustrated with someone and you said something negative about them out of frustration. Or, maybe you were caught up in the moment of a social situation and told a story that someone had asked you not to share with others. Either way, gossiping can leave you feeling guilty. There are 13 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. Method One of Three: Apologizing for Gossiping. Contact those who you gossiped with.