Is there a way to tell her to stop without being unpolite?
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|Mon, 07-07-2014 - 4:04pm|
There is lady at work who I lets say am fond of her, she has nice qualities. She is single, no dating, no bf, She used to be engaged like 6 yrs ago but her former bf broke with her when many things were ready to get married (house, furniture, etc etc) so becaue of that she had to go into psychology therapy to deal with the breaking up for many months. It seems he cheated on her.
After that break up, she now set his qualities high up to meet a new man, meaning she is very very picky. Just a little bit of background on her. She gets stressed too much every day with work and other stuff, cause she herself tell me, she is always stress of work. She is 37 yrs old.
She has a flaw that really is annoying, she is a show off, bragger, snooty lady. When we are at lunch at work and many at the office eating lunch, she always has to brag, and she is having a conversation with me or other coworkers, she always needs to bring up how much a certain item cost, or that she bought something that cost her a lot, when noone had asked her cause is not relevant to the covnersation, that she bring it by herself. She likes to tell people that she buys this or that in a certain exclusive shop and it cost her this amount of money. She enjoys also sharing the private life of her relatives *aunts, cousins, parents, sister, herself, she is also a bad mouther sometimes when she talks at lunch with the rest of her coworkers and she comes by a religious family.
The thing is that she is a nice lady but when she starts to being a show off or brag its a bit untolerable. How can we say something to her in order her to stop I mean in a nice polite way.