[Courses] [Spineful Living, lesson 3: 101 Satisfying Retorts
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chris.madrone at gmail.com
Mon Apr 16 17:18:44 UTC 2007
well, I didn't actually mean to infer that women just shouldn't talk to
people - it's getting in touch with and following gut instinct that's
important to me.
I've made a lot of friendly acquaintances by talking to strangers, and I
value being on a smile-nod basis with people everywhere I go. Besides,
it seems to me that the more we isolate, the more fearful we become and
we're just penalizing ourselves for not feeling safe.
On Mon, 2007-04-16 at 13:05 -0400, Laylaa wrote:
> Yes. This did teach me to just not talk to people or channel my quiet
> side (which is a bit hard because as people know, I'm just too
> talkative). Or at least, not necessarily not talk to people, just
> don't engage in extraneous conversation with them.
> It won't solve all my problems but it's a start?
> In case anyone was worrying, this instance isn't really a problem
> anymore because that was back when I was in school and now I'm back
> home, different country etc (new challenges?).
> On 16/04/07, chris <chris.madrone at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think the problem is that many women are taught to be polite
> conversational in spite of their gut instinct about an
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