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No one wants to be the bearer of bad news, but sometimes we have to be. It's difficult to communicate something that we know will hurt someone or make them feel upset. A Redditor wanted to know what that news was that people had to share.

Reddit user Necessary-Thought-91 asked:

What's the hardest thing you've had to tell someone?

Often times, these conversations are around death or people who are dying. It is a harsh reality that we often have to face, as it is apart of life.

Some people had to tell truths about themselves that ended up changing their lives for the better.

Here's a few of those moments.

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What are people thinking sometimes? Or are they even thinking at all? Everyone should really be required to use their "inside voice" as if they're in a library until vocals have been cleared by society. Or there should be punishment for people who speak out of turn. Too many people have utter things so deviant, Hannibal Lecter would be like... "Girl! You crazy! Just hush up!"

Redditor u/InbredPutin wanted everyone to discuss the times they've been left speechless by someone who should've been speechless themselves by asking... Whats the creepiest thing someone has ever told you?
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Motor mouths. Babblers. Jabber Jaws. Gossipmongers. Chatterboxes.

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After people-watching, overhearing random conversations has to be the next best form of entertainment.

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People who don't know when to stop talking can be the cause of much stress, especially for people who experience social anxiety. The internal dialog in these situations often goes something like this:

"Is it just that they can't figure out I'm not interested? How do I escape from this conversation? I could just tell them, but I don't want to be rude. I guess I'll just sit here and nod along until they're done."

It gets even more complicated if the talker is a customer or your boss.

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