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Dear Dish-It, How Do I Stop Being a Hypocrite?

Dear Dish-It,

I am a hypocrite. Let's just say this - I got invited to "Annas's" party. I went and I had a good time. But the thing is, with "Anna", I always talk bad about "Faye". And this time, I talked bad about "Anna" with "Faye". I feel really bad, but I am still friends with both of them! What should I do to stop being a hypocrite? I really do not try to be mean!
Love ya lots.
* secret luvr *

Dear * secret luvr *,

So far you've been lucky that no one has spilled the beans about your back-stabbing. But, rest assured that if you keep up the trash talking, you won't just lose one of your friends, you'll lose both. No one likes a gossip, especially when you don't seem to have a reason for it. Both of these girls are apparently your friends, so if you value their friendship at all, you will zip those loose lips of yours. There's really just one very simple way of not being a hypocrite, and that's to just stop being one. Talking about your friends behind their back is not a disease that you can get medication for - you just have to have the willpower to be a better person.

So, ya gotta burnin' question? Need some love directions? Thinkin' 'bout stuff like depression, sex,how ya feel 'bout YOURSELF (that's called "self-esteem"), boyfriends, girlfriends, losin' old friends, bullyin' or peer pressure, but too scared to ask the parents? Don't be scared to .

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Ever Trash-Talked a Friend?

  • No way! I would never talk about my friends behind their back.
  • Once or twice, but I try not to make a habit of it.
  • Sure, who hasn't?
  • It's usually my friends who talk trash about me.

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I had felt the same way at one point...but I just try to talk to her openly which is hard but also I think that if was true I wouldn't be their with her each everyday my mom isn't very effection and we have are moments but I know she cares so okay things will get better just be more open and spend some time with each other if you can.  
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Hello Hanna :) I happen to be a bit of a fashion guru myself. I agree with the person above. Try shopping at stores for teenagers/young adults. As you get older your style will probably get more and more plain (solid colors, simple outfits, etc.) which is not a bad thing lol. Some stores i would suggest: Rue21, Forever 21, Cotton On, juniors section at Macy's.. just to name a few
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Maybe you're shopping at places for younger kids. Maybe change the stores you shop at? Or go shopping with your friends so they can give you advice. 
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