Try to be more accommodating


02-May-2020 05:56

I'm practicing it, and I think I'm getting better at it.Telling the other person the root cause why you say "no" helps a lot to instill empathy for your situation.Just cards, cards, cards and phones, phones, phones.

Watching other people (esp my fiance) saying "no" ever so gently has me wondering how easy life could be if I were able to do the same.The root cause always stems from a need or necessity that you currently have, like need for rest/food/time to think/time to finish this or that task properly/...Even if you are lazy and simply don't want to help right now, remember that this laziness also fulfils one of your needs - probably you need to rest or think.Some of these cookies will send your data to our advertising partners. We've listed any clues from our database that match your search.

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