What a program, friendship advice right there.
Hello! Just some tips on asking the dread question of ‘Will you go out with me?’
Tip 1: Never do it over the phone, on text or by skype or facebook. Just because it makes in impersonal and also shows that you don’t have the courage to ask them out in person.
Tip 2: When asking the question, don’t fumble about, get straight to the point. As listening to someone ramble on about you could be very awkward for the other person.
Tip 3: Once you’ve asked the question, while looking him/her in the eye, wait for the response.
Tip 4: If it is a no, then don’t cry, shout, or ask why. As this could be very awkward for the other person. Just laugh it off, say something like this ‘Oh no worries.’ Say it with a smile.
Dealing with rejection
If you feel that being rejected is your worse nightmare, then you are not alone. Many people are scared of being rejected, and no-one likes it. But don’t take it personally, if you have been rejected then it just means the other person doesn’t fancy you. Imagine all the friends you have who you really like, and love spending time with, but just don’t fancy. It’s pretty much the same thing.
As they say, there are plenty more fish in the sea!
Lots of love
Breaking up with someone is never easy, but if you are having trouble doing it the nice way, here are some easy and simple tips to help you get through it.
Tip 1: Always break up with someone in person, and if not in person on the phone. This shows that you still care about the person and shows compassion.
Tip 2: When stating why you are breaking up with someone, if your reason is something along the lines of
*I don’t like you anymore*
*I don’t find you attractive*
*I’ve found someone else*
Please don’t voice these reasons, maybe tell a small lie, for example use an excuse like this:
*I’m so stressed out at this point in my life*
*I don’t feel emotionally ready to be in a realtionship right now*
*My parents won’t let me have a boyfriend/girlfriend anymore*
*I don’t have the time, with all this studying/work*
*I am going away all summer so I can’t see you*
Tip 3: Always be nice, don’t insult the person you are breaking up with, never bring up things you hated about the realtionship.
Tip 4: Always leave it on a good note, say that you want to be friends, and that it won’t be awkward, say goodbye with a hug.
Hope this has helped anyone :)
Lots of Love