28 Feb '18 — thanks for the lack of opinion
Have you ever found yourself not liking someone because they’re disliked by someone close to you? When a person gives close friends trouble, I’m inclined to not like them.
Rather than not have any opinion, I automatically engage in not liking.
Sometimes my husband doesn’t reveal how he feels about a person. There are times where I encounter his acquaintances. He doesn’t talk much about others so I don’t have notions of how to feel. After I’ve developed my own opinion through multiple encounters, my husband might reveal his take, which at times are completely different than mine.
In my head I think ‘thank you for not sharing your opinion on this person. I didn’t have to spend energy disliking them.’
It’s a relief not to know.