Why you should talk to strangers

Have you ever been on a date and suddenly retorted, “you don’t know me!” “You don’t know anything about me!” or “you’re a stranger!”


Language shapes our view of the world and it can dramatically effect how we feel around others. When getting to know someone new, labeling them a “stranger” can be toxic.


Do you flat out ignore people you don’t know, even if they are friendly towards you? Do you grab things off of shelves in stores without acknowledging the person who you nearly bumped into, standing right in front of you? Are you flighty, do you run away or do you pull back in a conversation simply because you don’t know someone yet?


Today, we take a profound look into our communication style in social settings and how it negatively effects others. You might be surprised by what you learn of your own communication style.


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