To react or not to react?

Messy businesses are all over the place.

They said he said that I said …

I did this but didn’t imply what he said …

She spoke to a friend who is best friends with her friend …

We both agreed on this but when we separate, I decided to damn the consequences of …

In these circumstances, when one of two or more parties have these messy businesses, what to do? Do you advise the defending party to react or to ignore the defiant attacks of the other party? If the other party doesn’t react, is that considered as weakness or wisdom (to ignore)? If the other party reacts, doesn’t that give more grounds for the fight to fester?

What do you think?
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