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He explained to me at length about how happiness didn’t really exist, but after setting me straight on that subject didn’t want to talk about it anymore, and after a few failed attempts at other topics, after an awkward pause in the conversation (my fault as much as his), he said, “Um, so where are you from? I’ve never had the gumption to try it, I have to admit.
” It was such a listless, uninspired effort that I leaned over, put my hand on his arm, and said meanly, “Now, Paul, surely we can do better than that! (It is moments like that that make me happy that I basically gave up drinking.) So what can you do when the conversation is such a struggle? What are some other strategies for starting an interesting conversation with a stranger? On a related note, here are some tips if you can’t remember someone’s name.
This Wednesday: 7 tips for making good conversation with a stranger. I live on the upper east side.” “Great…” Painful silence. Unless you can be hilariously funny, the first time you come in contact with a person isn’t a good time to complain. ” or “Have you decided to do anything very differently from the way you were raised? If he makes a joke, even if it’s not very funny, try to laugh.
I posted before about tips for knowing if you’re boring someone and tips to avoid being a bore. Here are some strategies to try when your mind is a blank: 1. If she offers some surprising information (“Did you know that one out of every seven books sold last year was written by Stephanie Meyer? Recently, I’ve had a few conversations where the person I was talking to just never reacted to what I said.
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