How's your day going

!☕️@alisha1255 - You know I do this all the time!! I'm 40 and I'm happy I don't have to deal with these anymore.

What are you up to tonight?” “Set up meeting times that are in the day and the night,” says Liz*, a collegiette from the University of …
People change subject quickly. Or you may be psychic, but I doubt the latter. It should be noted that this idiom is said in many countries with the answer expected to be fine or good. I was fine until you asked. I expected a salesperson to have thicker skin.Education-privilege: Check.For an invalid ad hominem, it cut pretty close to the bone, eh?

Now I'm elderly, and I see that it is true.YEAH, YOU'RE A FUNNY LITTLE SHIT!Good Morning!| Dee Nyse | 20 | Wild and free | Welcome to my thoughts and imaginations |=) Oh yah! It's time to do some stuff around the house.

If you and your partner were together last year, sending a sweet picture from exactly 365 days ago can be a sentimental way to see how their day is going.

That way, kids will share the highs as well as the lows.And the mad comment from my mom when I had nothing to say.

(This comment's title isn't meant to be mean, but it's just that I've never met a salesperson who didn't come across as disingenuous during non-professional conversation. milestone for many. 5 Questions Better Than "How Was Your Day?"

I expected a salesperson to have thicker skin....this was meant to be a response to a comment, not a comment on the article.

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This is why you ask as open ended a question as possible. "Hey, sweetie. and What was the toughest part of today? ! I’ve been going through some crests and troughs in my life.

How was your day? How’s your day going?” or “Hey there.
The COVID crisis throws into relief what happens when grief has—quite literally—nowhere to go. It shows you are interested and ready to listen. "For more of Dr. Andrea's articles on I think you watched too much Blues Clues and other cute shows when you were a kid......these questions will result in an eye roll by most kids...and you may be surprised.

It may work fine as an opener. making the entire article moot.Many people--some of them parents--are not natural conversationalists. Not that saying that generic, "How did today go for you?"

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The evidence suggests that most people summon strengths that surpass their own expectations. Having daily discussions about when they helped or were helped by others, what worried them, what made them feel proud, what made them happy, sad, angry, scared or what they learned academically are all great things to add to a regular dinner-hour lowdown. No. Thanks for this! It is (relatively) open-ended in that it doesn't lead to a yes or no answer, and it can form a good foundation for a nice conversation.

And what did you talk about with your friends? This is the only one that doesn't elicit a narrow response.4) What did your teacher talk about most today? phone, driving, games, etc., make time.Get the help you need from a therapist near you–a FREE service from Psychology Today. I read a narrow-minded worldliness (an irritating dichotomy) in your glib shoot-down of the article as "ineffective"--essentially pointless--while missing the point of the article (fresh cues for parents having trouble communicating).

)There it is, as I expected.

You also want to focus on what's important to the person you are asking to share, not change the focus to what your question is specifically about.