Not if he was wrong, not against my family.
I want to say no but i might
No, supporting someone doesn't mean pretending they are perfect or infallible.
Defending them against others shouldn't mean you have to pretend you agree though. There is nothing wrong with disagreeing and that doesn't mean you don't respect them. People watch their friends and family members do too many wrong things out of misconceptions about loyalty. You shouldn't embarrass them, but you also shouldn't condone misbehavior or inappropriate ideas. And if you do feel you have to pretend.....one needs to take a look at why you'd want to be around someone that doesn't respect your right to a different opinion.
unfortunately. Thats why it is a smack in the face when they ruin you
If they were right, I'll back him/her up. If not, I'll tell them the truth politely and with all respect.
Yes, if we make it clear that we disagree on the subject that is not easy for me to understand. Best Wishes
yeah i stand up from my friends dont really remember actually standing up for myself much
Thats tough one depends
Of course. You should always back him/her up in front of other people. In private you might want to tell them they were a little off their rocker.
Yes, because it's the vowels are binding. And speaking truth they are your family after all. Theres only a couple exception to that. One is if they broke the law conserning kids,or elderly
Mostly, or I'd stay quiet. Going against your partner in public is a bad idea. You can express your concerns in private.
No, I wouldn't.