How to Avoid Awful Conversationalist?

Wednesday, 4 June 2014 0 comments

Dealing with a awful conversationalist can be a difficult task. All of us talk to many people throughout the day and sometimes meet those who are hard to talk to at school or at work. While we can avoid them, it’s not the way out of the situation. Here are a few tried and true ways that will help you deal with a bad conversationalist.

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Change the topic of the conversation

If the topic of the conversation is boring, it’s actually makes a bad conversationalist. Try to change the topic whenever you get the chance. In case the person doesn’t understand it, don’t give up and keep talking about something else. Insistence is a must here. The person will either go away or start talking about the other things.

Ask questions

If you can’t avoid that person, then ask a lot of questions. Learning something new feeds our minds, whether it is useful or not. Human brain can absorb a large amount of information and an average person uses less than 10% of the brain capacity. So, you can even benefit from a bad conversationalist, if they answer all your questions or maybe they will run away from you.

Have a positive attitude

Your attitude can actually change the development of any conversation. If your attitude is negative, it can make a bad conversation worse. So make sure you have a positive attitude when you are dealing with a bad conversationalist. Think of positive things and you’ll feel much better and less nervous.

Try to listen

Another good way to deal with a bad conversationalist is to pay attention and listen to them carefully. When you pay attention, you catch details that you would miss when you’re distracted. Also, focus on the person’s body language and expressions and you’ll decode the full message and know the person’s intentions.

Stay patient

Dealing with a bad conversationalist is stressful, I know. But you should stay patient no matter what. Count to ten, breath and finally listen. This way, you will show you are respectful and you will avoid any kind of conflict. Just because the person is a poor conversationalist doesn’t mean you should treat them badly. Respect is essential in any conversation.
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