Handling Uncomfortable Question

If you are uncomfortable answering a question imposed on you, instead of fumbling to find an appropriate answer ask back a simple question – “why did you ask?”

I have tried this trick, and 9 out of the 10 times I was able to escape without answering, for the person who puts you on spot usually gets uncomfortable answering the REAL intent behind his inquisitive query 😊

Do you agree?

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55 thoughts on “Handling Uncomfortable Question”

  1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜› true that..
    And I remember someone used this trick with me.. my reaction to them was..
    “Answer for a question should always be an answer ! And not a question πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚πŸ™Š
    Nice one bro

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  2. I mostly change the subject. I tried asking them why do you ask? But they always makes something up and try and make me answer. So I change the subject and it works.

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  3. Haha! I should try that! Ugh! I always feel a sense of obligation when people ask a question. Especially when it comes to my kids, they’ll ask, β€˜why do you have so many kids?’ Should I make them feel uncomfortable and just say, β€˜cause I like having s?x with my husband.’ πŸ˜‚ Don’t ask, you may not be ready for my truth!

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