How do I tell my friend I read her diary

How do I tell my friend I read her diary?

I mean… you have to handle your own ethics, here, so by all means do that.
But, real talk? I couldn't care less if someone reads my journal… but I do not want to know about it, if they do.
I don't want to handle their feelings.
I don't want to talk about what they read.
Even if I know with a high degree of certainty that someone has been snooping, I don't care… as long as we can both pretend they haven't.
My partner and I, in fact, have a standing agreement (ever since he read, in my journal, that I had read his journal), that we can read whatever we want, but we agree to not get caught, and not talk about it.
It works fine, and helps us both stay mindful that if we ACTUALLY want the other person to keep out, we had better keep that journal hidden or on our person, because we do not handle that temptation well.
Maybe you could write about reading her diary in your diary, and then leave that at school…? (Kidding.
Mostly.
)
If you hand the diary back to her, she will probably guess that you've read it.
Maybe that's just my suspicious mind, but… I sure would.
Do what you need to do, to live with yourself, but: if it were me? I'd probably just hand it over, let her know she forgot it, and see how she responded.
If she seemed chill, clearly presumed I had read it, and got it/didn't much care, I'd probably be honest about it.
If it freaked her way out, or it was clearly really important to her that no one had seen it? I'm… most likely going to let her believe that's the case.
Now, I say that as someone who doesn't regard that as a deception any worse than, say, admiring a haircut that I hate, but my friend plainly loves.
It might carry different weight for you, and you're allowed to choose differently than I might.
But I don't think you're intrinsically obligated to speak up about this, especially if she doesn't care enough to ask—especially, especially if that's going to mean buying your peace of mind at the cost of her panic and overwhelm.

It happened sometimes we used to read our friends secret things so its natural.
I have my own experience:
I was in 1st semester of my college, and i was not so talkative to my room mates, because it take some time to me to get closer to some one.
So one evening my room mates read my diary and unfortunately i have written some bad qualities of their which i don’t like & there happened some little fight about that but, we are so mature that we know that everyone have some bad quality in them, i too have some, they too have but its okay nobody is perfect.
And after that incident a good thing happened that i got two best friends and we are best friends till now because we don’t have any secret in between 3 of us.
So, Just go and tell her that you had read her diary, don’t judge her, because everyone is different in there own way and their way of thinking too.
Remain her friend friend like you are now, do good to her don’t make diary things come in between your friendship.
and one more thing she will definitely got angry about that, because some how you hurt her feeling,so don’t get angry too, let give her time, time, love & care heel every thing :)

Have u returned her diary already?
If Not, while giving it to her, u can see her reaction and tell her that u had a peek into her diary.
If you’ve already returned to her, then u can simply check with her by asking questions like how long you’ve been into diary keeping, what if some-one reads it…and based on her response, tell her that you also have read hers.

How do I tell my friend I read her diary?

I mean… you have to handle your own ethics, here, so by all means do that.
But, real talk? I couldn't care less if someone reads my journal… but I do not want to know about it, if they do.
I don't want to handle their feelings.
I don't want to talk about what they read.
Even if I know with a high degree of certainty that someone has been snooping, I don't care… as long as we can both pretend they haven't.
My partner and I, in fact, have a standing agreement (ever since he read, in my journal, that I had read his journal), that we can read whatever we want, but we agree to not get caught, and not talk about it.
It works fine, and helps us both stay mindful that if we ACTUALLY want the other person to keep out, we had better keep that journal hidden or on our person, because we do not handle that temptation well.
Maybe you could write about reading her diary in your diary, and then leave that at school…? (Kidding.
Mostly.
)
If you hand the diary back to her, she will probably guess that you've read it.
Maybe that's just my suspicious mind, but… I sure would.
Do what you need to do, to live with yourself, but: if it were me? I'd probably just hand it over, let her know she forgot it, and see how she responded.
If she seemed chill, clearly presumed I had read it, and got it/didn't much care, I'd probably be honest about it.
If it freaked her way out, or it was clearly really important to her that no one had seen it? I'm… most likely going to let her believe that's the case.
Now, I say that as someone who doesn't regard that as a deception any worse than, say, admiring a haircut that I hate, but my friend plainly loves.
It might carry different weight for you, and you're allowed to choose differently than I might.
But I don't think you're intrinsically obligated to speak up about this, especially if she doesn't care enough to ask—especially, especially if that's going to mean buying your peace of mind at the cost of her panic and overwhelm.

It happened sometimes we used to read our friends secret things so its natural.
I have my own experience:
I was in 1st semester of my college, and i was not so talkative to my room mates, because it take some time to me to get closer to some one.
So one evening my room mates read my diary and unfortunately i have written some bad qualities of their which i don’t like & there happened some little fight about that but, we are so mature that we know that everyone have some bad quality in them, i too have some, they too have but its okay nobody is perfect.
And after that incident a good thing happened that i got two best friends and we are best friends till now because we don’t have any secret in between 3 of us.
So, Just go and tell her that you had read her diary, don’t judge her, because everyone is different in there own way and their way of thinking too.
Remain her friend friend like you are now, do good to her don’t make diary things come in between your friendship.
and one more thing she will definitely got angry about that, because some how you hurt her feeling,so don’t get angry too, let give her time, time, love & care heel every thing :)

Have u returned her diary already?
If Not, while giving it to her, u can see her reaction and tell her that u had a peek into her diary.
If you’ve already returned to her, then u can simply check with her by asking questions like how long you’ve been into diary keeping, what if some-one reads it…and based on her response, tell her that you also have read hers.

Updated: 27.06.2019 — 1:59 pm

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