If there’s one thing that scares me more than starting a conversation, it’s ending it. In messages, it’s very easy to make up and say excuses. The other party has no way of verifying that you are following it. But at a rally, when I say, “I have to go,” and then start talking to someone else, it turns out that I didn’t leave, I simply moved on.
Of course, you can say, “It should be circulated.” I think this is a common way to end a talk session, but it doesn’t remove the risk of an “attack”. I was given time that I thought I could afford to give you” or “I was bored with the conversation”.
I don’t want anyone to think this because it’s mostly true. And if this makes you think I’m arrogant, please understand I’m not, this really isn’t about you, but about me, that I’m not good at small talk and it’s utter nonsense. think.
Even worse than excusing yourself from a conversation is the fear that the other person will excuse themselves before you even begin the conversation. This is a terrible indictment to me as a conversationalist. Of course, I know it contradicts what I said two sentences ago, but clearly I have different standards for myself than I have for you. I hope you don’t piss me off, but it’s okay if I piss you off for the same.
I mean, whenever you look at someone else over my shoulder, or get a complacent grin, or heaven forbid, look at your watch and I’m judging you. walk away with the upper hand.
And wait for the next bar of dialogue to cut it out, but even that’s not possible because the other side is talking like a DJ, so the last bar of one topic blends into the first bar of another may be I hope at some point you excused yourself and pulled the trigger and walked away leaving Midaria without causing any discomfort, but I’m grateful you pulled out your gun before you did. It’s all complicated and I’d rather stay home.
The above views are the author’s own.
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