Good manners

It’s good manners to not ask someone so many questions, especially about personal matters. If someone’s body language indicates they are uncomfortable with you delving into their personal affairs, then understand their discomfort and respect their privacy.

22 thoughts on “Good manners”

  1. I agree. If someone has trouble reading the signs of body: the person who is on the receiving end of questions has a right to answer or not to answer and if they further feel troubled: they should do whatever needs be done to alleviate the problem.

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    1. Thank you ❤️. I bet there are some people that are so fond of being problematic, and sometimes it is hard to figure out what bothering them so much that they just do not want to accept some things as they and just keep their cool.

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