24, Nov 2015 08:37
When one puts in the effort or treat people with sincerity and earnest, one shouldn't expect reciprocal feelings. Or one would get utterly disappointed. I showed ample concern for a colleague who was emotionally unstable. But she didn't air her thoughts on what she would ask a newsmaker if she interviews him for fear that I would ask him the same question. I blurted out by accident that there was a judgement and immediately colleagues from rival units sprang to action, secretly alerting their colleagues to it, betraying me. My own sister is calculating - insisting on we split equally the number of times we go to help out at the stall. I bought her stuff without asking her for money and I passed her free gift which I could have used for myself. Fellow reporter asked if she could release a judgement but I advised against it as it was not in public domain. When I learnt that the judgement had been published online, I told her about it and to realise that she had known about this. XJ asked me for information about others often so that she can take advantage of the information. I am going to stop being nice to others but treat myself better.