article_dealing-with-dedma.jpgWhen it comes to friendships, women—and Filipinos, in general—tend to be fiercely loyal. It's also not uncommon to go out of our way to greet acquaintances and "friends of friends" when we see them. We may not be particularly close to each other but we still do it anyway, lest our actions be mistaken for rudeness.

It comes as a shock, then, when a friend or someone we know deliberately ignores us. But as hurt and confused as we may be, we should not jump to conclusions or immediately retaliate. Instead, here are five tips to take to heart, should you find yourself in a situation like this.

(Originally published as "Sharon Cuneta Denies Snubbing Aga Muhlach + 5 Tips for Dealing with 'Dedma'" on Female Network; flashbox photo from The Women courtesy of Viva)

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