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If someone is guilty or wrong do they act offended and angry????
Random & Fun / 11:52 PM - Sunday September 12, 2010

if someone is guilty or wrong do they act offended and angry????

- Asked by Female, 36-45

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I think people who often feel guilty or wrong but don't like the truth they become offensive and angry with themselves because no one likes to be wrong and usually bury the guilt and know they shoud do more.

- Response by mrsussex34, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 36-45, London, Science / Engineering

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Usually, but they could also be offended and angry if they are repeatedly being accused of something that they really haven't done.

You just have to take an honest look at the situation and figure it out with the facts that you have to work with.

Make sure you are taking assumption completely out of the equation and give the benefit of the doubt whenever you can.

The truth will usually present itself on it's own- even if you stop searching for it. =-)

- Response by cutypy5840, Female, 36-45, Medical / Dental

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Do they act that way when? When you accuse them or say they're wrong? Generalizations are never helpful. Some people will undoubtedly behave that way. Others who are more open to other ideas may have no problem admitting a mistake, or possibly confessing to having done something wrong.

- Response by mikehug, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 46-55, Cleveland

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Often. When they would be wise to apologize and make amends, they instead stone wall, huff, puff and lie like a rug. rek

- Response by rekkonball, A Guy Critical, Male, 66 or older, Retired

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They COULD, but they could just as easily, truly be offended or angry. I would never use this criteria to decide which one it is.

- Response by randyl, Female, Who Cares?, Technical

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A person could be offended or angry by the thought of being constantly considered guilty for something that they did not do.
So, it can be HARD to read a person in many cases.

- Response by kismet331, Female, 36-45

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