Sunday, 26 November 2017 09:24 PM
#21349 If you think someone is overweight and they need your help, let them approach you about it. No one cares what you think is the solution to their problems. But if you do want to help, think of an activity that can help and invite them to it. Here are some examples:
"Hey I was going down to (insert name of place worth walking on a nice day) wanna come walk/hike around with me?"
"I'm thinking of signing up for cardio kickboxing/actual kickboxing, but I don't wanna do something like that alone, would you be interested in trying it with me?"
"Just got a new bike, wanna grab yours and go down some trails with me?"
They can still say no to any of this, but to expect someone to do something because you think they should when they didn't ask you is over stepping your bounds. Especially if you aren't willing to do said things too. So by making it a social event they focus more on the pleasure of doing something together and less about how someone inserted themselves into their personal life uninvited.
Tact is lost on our generation.
Sunday, 26 November 2017 05:26 PM
#21348 There are some people I know who are genuinely overweight and aren't doing anything (And yes, I know they aren't doing anything about it) about it or are oblivious to it. Like, I want to point it out 'cuz it's good for them in the long run to do something, but it's just so rude to. Thoughts on how to approach this?
Sunday, 26 November 2017 07:23 AM
#21347 I think I might be transgender because I enjoy dressing up as Hatsune Miku.
Saturday, 25 November 2017 04:51 AM
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Wednesday, 22 November 2017 05:36 PM
#21344 What's the best way for an introverted guy who has crippling and severe social anxiety to meet women? I found out yesterday that my ex (who broke up with me nearly two years ago) has a boyfriend. She continued to give me hope for a long time after the break up that we'd get back together someday, so I was too comfortable with that information to get out there, and I haven't gone on a date or slept with anyone since. But now with this news, I feel like I have to try. But every time I've tried, I end up flaking at the last minute because I simply start having a panic attack.
Wednesday, 22 November 2017 04:18 PM
#21343 I'm genuinely scared of revealing my feelings to a woman because it could be considered sexual assault. I'm scared to hug a woman, scared to be around women in general.
Wednesday, 22 November 2017 03:34 PM
#21350 I got into a fight with my sales rep today. All because I was "Hypothetically" talking to a co worker about how I want to tell customers who ask that we close at this time not 15 minutes after not five minutes after but this time and that they need to be here before then if they want to get into the store. It was all hypothetical. Because I know I can't say that. That's not how you do business even if I think it should be done that way, I know you can't. That's how you lose customers. But this dude didn't want any of that. He almost looked like he was gonna cry while he was yelling at me. Like damn, what are you, married to the company. This interaction makes me not feel so bad about stealing chocolate out of his desk. suck it you old fuck.