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This is the exact same situation I face. Housewife needs allowance for any reason she wants to use it. Feeling guilty of spending money that is not really you worked for is a tough one too. Even you ade together there is still a bit of need of a certain freedom in buying that does not need permission. Let out this way. Try to be in your wife's shoes: you are ...


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No, actually they are quite different. People-pleasing involves (visibly) giving up your own needs, in an implicit "contract" to earn reciprocal emotional obligation. Being likable, however, involves a different set of behaviors: Making others around you feel liked, "seen," and appreciated for who they are Being a comfortable presence ...


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Like others already said, telling them to wear mask properly often lead to arguments or even a fight. Since I'm very annoyed by those people too, I tried different ways. The best one so far was to look at them until they look at you too and then I simply point with my finger on my mask. Some react with putting up their mask correctly, other just got out of ...


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There are two possible situations: A person is not wearing a mask: It happened to me once before that I entered a grocery store and simply forgot to put on a mask until I already had some items in my basket. The store was pretty much empty, so lucky for me no one noticed. Since I always carry the mask on my person, I could quickly remedy that situation and ...


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Be content with your efforts to protect yourself. Know that you are doing everything you can to prevent the spread of Covid. And let everyone else manage themselves how they see fit. I'm right! I've been wearing a mask since before they were mandated in the place where I live. My first mask was a neck gaiter. The material was very thin. I wore it high on my ...


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(Since you edited your question, I can now try and give a proper answer). Considering that those "badly-wearing-mask people" live in the same country as you, where safety advice from the authorities are common, and obviously heed this advice to some extent, I’m pretty sure they wear their masks improperly with due knowledge (= they know it's wrong ...


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I see the following three statements as being key to your problem: So I could be potentially paying utility bills on behalf of 3 unofficial housemates for months to come. I also don’t like being walked over or people taking the p*ss when it comes to living for free at others expense. It’s a matter of principle. How should I go about asking them to ...


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Make the best of it, and help your son to make it the best. This includes simple things like reminding them to ask the venue to only set up as many tables as will be needed for the number of guests, offering to work out how there can be an equal number of toasts from both sides even though there are so few "groom" guests, and so on. Maybe get one ...


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That fact that you started with you wouldn’t have “chose” him for her, Makes me think you are possessive over her. Why would it cross your mind to chose who your sister is involved with in a romantic way. Most couples call each other baby like it becomes their name. Have you asked the rest of your family how they feel? If you are the only one who feels ...


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