Is it abusive not to mind your own business?
It depends how a person is sticking their nose into another person's business. If a person is depressed, an alcoholic, on drugs, or hanging around with a bad crowd and we care about that person, then no, it's not abusive. If one doesn't like the way a family member or friend is doing something (there is no danger to the friend or you) and you weren't asked for your opinion then yes, in ways it's abusive and certainly annoying. What makes you or anyone else think their way is the right way all the time? It's OK to agree to disagree. We all have our own opinions and that's a good thing. We can learn from each other. Happy New Year Marcy
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Eye contact is the key. Look them straight in the eye, without being manacing, then tell them firmly ( but without raising your voice ) that whatever it is they want to know… is none of their business, and to BACK OFF!
How To Tell A Friend To Mind Her Own Business: . You have to decide if you friend is concerned about why she is poking her nose into your private life. Perhaps she has a po…int! If not, then all you need to say is, 'I appreciate your concern, but I have decided to do it my way and I would appreciate it if you would drop the subject.' If it continues then you are going to have to tell her that she either staying out of your private life and that if you are in need of advice you will ask her or it will cause hard feelings towards her on your part. Remember, sometimes we can't see the forest for the trees. This simply means that your friend may quite possibly see you are making a mistake when you don't see the danger signs. Good friends don't like to see their friends hurting.
"Mind" is a verb meaning to tend, to take care of. If you mind your own business, you tend to whatever is your responsibility, without trying to interfere in someone else's jo…b. This is often said when someone is being overly curious, is trying to interfere in something they should not, or is in some other way "butting in" when they are not wanted or needed. Means to concern yourself with your own cares, and not any one else's
The huge success of reality TV is a good indication of how many people are interested in what others are doing. A majority of the American people seem to drool over watching c…elebrities, and made for TV celebrities, misbehave and act grossly on camera. Social media has provided millions of people the ability to monitor what others are doing, and more importantly, to share what others are doing with the world, whether we want to know or not. There is absolutely no public policy in this current age urging people to mind their own business. In fact, the game is to mind everyone else's business and be the first to broadcast it. There are seemingly no restrictions about broadcasting names, photos of others, private and privileged conversations, etc. If you want others to not mind your business you need to take precautions not to share your business in any way.
Because it is not nice to be in other people"s business.
to say mind your business , it is " mente su negocio " The above is a literal command to "be mindful of your business organization", not the English expression "stop critici…zing what I'm doing". The expression is translated as " mÃ©tete en tus asuntos"
e leai sou pisinisi ( it's none of your business)
It should read, "Mind your own business."
The Korean translation of "mind your own business" is written in the Latin alphabet as "dangsin-ui jasin-ui sa-eobeul ma-eum". The Babylon website features a comprehensive Eng…lish-Korean translation tool.
It means to be more concerned about what you are doing than checking on what others are doing.
So many have this need to know what others are doing as a way to control them. They have this addiction to having power over others. Others are just lonely and want something …to gossip about or want to start trouble to feel better about themselves. A lot of these underlying reasons can be overcome by therapy. Plus it could be an issue of upbringing. If more parents saw this as an undesirable character trait, they could discipline it out of their children. Another possible answer: We are wired to be nosy; some people are more talented and persistent at it than others. There is no way that this will change. You'll feel less burdened by it when you realize that you can't change it. Just roll with it, and you'll see that things will work out fine. On the lighter side: I will give you no answer because I'm going to mind my own business thank you.
The United States is the only global power in the world. It's duty is to protect other countries and world affairs. Many people see this as Americans being nosey and trying to… control the world, but this is not true. The US is usually the only one with the power to fix the problem (along with its allies it calls in, mainly Canada and the UK). Many countries look up to the US as sort of a protector.
"Pakialaman mo sarili mo"
Other business is not ment for other people to know or hear about. Some people are jerks and keep everything private and my favorite answer is... if you really need to know ab…out someones business ask them or hire a spy and have them record every thing so you can know!! LOL
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The cast of Mind Your Own Business - 1981 includes: Bernard Cribbins
"Oy vey, mind your own business."