Suggestive Asking

We do a lot of suggestive asking.
” Doesn’t the grass look a little long?”
” These cups are really old aren’t they”
” Now, how long have we had these chairs dear? It’s been ages since we’ve got new ones.”

It’s a really bad habit.

It’s okay to define what you want by being direct.
It’ll save a lot of frustration and confusion- when your partner,sister,parent or friend, understand exactly what you want from them.

Clear cut questions may seem unappealing and too ugly to apply. But you start asking straight, and then continue asking straight, and you eventually get better at your wording, your tone, and your expressions.
Until they come out nice, and habitual and easy.Β 
As if there was never a need for them to be curvified in the first place.Β 

Get going. Go in the direction of being direct, until you ARE direct


until being anything other than that,

is the absence of direction.




8 comments on “Suggestive Asking

  1. Vivek says:

    Is this wisdom being thrown upon the readers?

  2. booguloo says:

    Wouldn’t it be better to get hired by a late night tv host and get paid for your observations?

    • Lively Life says:

      Lol. Oh that’s a good one! Good thing I’ve found a compliment in such a questioned suggestion, so I won’t feel insulted. πŸ˜› All though, I am sure you could pull out another one without a compliment attatched. Wise you! Thanks for your comment πŸ™‚

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