Not really...<br />
Who said we have to brand ourselves as liars simply because we chose to withhold information that is potentially damaging to us?<br />
(Emotional responses we wish to disown).<br />
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But the fact that it is taring at you so much, I would say, is evidence that you need to articulate your displeasure in order to at least vent off your pent up grievance in a constructive way such that it makes your position known with out also exposing the raw nerves which you do not wish to make known.<br />
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These raw nerves are also most probably a symptom of the emotional damage not acting on a pressing matter has caused you... and in this respect are to a degree "self inflicted". As a lot of the pain stems from your inability to respond effectively to a challenging situation.

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Only if that upset-ness is not rational or useful. If you are trying to help someone and their attitude is upsetting you, despite the fact that you knew what their attitude was when you started, then that is a good situation to hide your feelings for the sake of helping them.

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