dievca’s dilemma

communication-breaking-downYou tell someone a piece of information and they base their expectations on that data. Then the data changes, but you don’t share the changes because you are in your own World.

So, it seems that on three different instances you have lied and you made no effort to hide the lies. Who is at fault?

Did you lie?
Does that person have a right to feel ill-used?

Or is it just miscommunication?
Or was the information held back on purpose, a Freudian Slip?

Does it become worse if that person needed you?
But what if they didn’t tell you, they needed you?

dievca’s dilemma.


16 Comments on “dievca’s dilemma”

  1. missagathaarmstrong says:

    one has not lied … one has given one’s opinion. what the other chooses to do with information … is up to them – it is now their responsibility… if they choose to Base their expectations on that data, then they should there take full responsibility for what happens next … but if they were sensible and had their own thoughts, they would have listened to one and then they should have done their own research … whatever way one looks at it … one is not to blame.

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    • dievca says:

      That works for certain data, but it was scheduling information and overall is makes a person look like they were lying to avoid a meeting. No just once or twice, but three times. Was it on purpose? Probably not, but it might have been in the back of the mind. Who knows~

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  2. Naah– people change, situations change – others may stay up to date with those changes through good communication if they wish, or adapt to the changes if they don’t.

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  3. Pelelotus says:

    As long as there is no deliberate deception. Just say that things have changed. X

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  4. Heartafire says:

    I would imagine that is is purely a miscommunication Dieva and though unfortunate, there is no intention to mislead or fault to be placed.

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