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Questions about having conversations with other people, and how to achieve certain things when having them. This can be covering (or avoiding) certain topics, starting them, keeping them going or bringing them to a close.

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It is indeed possible to tackle both (public speech & arguing) at the same time. It WILL take courage though, and a lot of it too. If it takes it WILL be fun and will get you there. There are people …
answered Oct 3 '17 by Bookeater
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All I can think of is the 'Shush' gesture possibly accompanied by grabbing and returning to her the prodding limb. That would be the least obtrusive way to stop this in someone who can and will take a …
answered Aug 10 '17 by Bookeater
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I'd say that the transition from you being raised towards living with your parents as an adult isn't playing out well. I think you are getting on one another's nerve because you are on the threshold …
answered Oct 29 '17 by Bookeater
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In my experience, the larger the group the less contact you actually have. Also when the group has been together for a longer period of time you get 'roles' assigned. One role is lead, they get liste …
answered Aug 5 '17 by Bookeater
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What I usually do, instead of talk, is listen. To trigger this even the briefest of questions should serve. Downside is that the conversation is really short if the other person doesn't jump into th …
answered Aug 2 '17 by Bookeater
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I see two approaches here. Living as we are in a world where the amazing seems ubiquitous and competitiveness is set as the standard. One approach is to ask why they feel so down. It may be nothing t …
answered Jul 30 '17 by Bookeater
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I think it does not really matter what you mention as feedback. I assume your colleagues are well aware of the long term positives: I am on treatment plans and actually in a great place health-wi …
answered Aug 29 '17 by Bookeater
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I've done this on occasion on the assumption communicating well is important and people do NOT want to make mistakes. I try to keep away from any negative connotation by playing it down. All I show i …
answered Jul 2 '17 by Bookeater