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No. Do you want examples of what happened?
Drove, left house at a certain time, placed markers on driveway in front of where person drives which were not random but distracting, may have changed traffic patterns near the home which were more dangerous, gave gift which was a certain color that others imitated, and was seen everywhere but was not complimentary to recipient but another person they both knew was favored, then others did the same thing, made too much food at a gathering implying they were "cheap" because they did not like them, it did not offend anyone else, kept very busy and did not tell the person, just were hard to reach and expected them to keep trying. Driving and markers could cause an accident. Do not know if the total of the things is a problem either, too many of them...
I want to know if it is all right to keep in contact or if to not have any interaction go on which is hard with a neighbor. Do you think it could be harmful? You are not concerned about the amount of the things?
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX so, what if there is a time when someone depended upon them, what if they had to? Would you suggest they find someone else,
if possible? That is what I got from your answer.
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