Miss Manners: He keeps touching me and I don’t like it
DEAR MISS MANNERS: When a man asked if I would date him, I politely declined his request. I told him that we could still be friends. Since then, he has been acting
as if we are in a serious relationship. He has been calling me “hon” and putting his arm around me. This makes me feel very uncomfortable. How do I tell him I am not interested and still be kind?
Miss Manners: I can’t face my boss after he did this
Miss Manners: Have I inadvertently been rude my whole life?
Miss Manners: Why did she invite me and then treat me like this?
Miss Manners: I want to uninvite them from the wedding
Miss Manners: I’m not sure how to handle this hair situation
GENTLE READER: There is only one response that this man would consider kind, and he does not merit it. Miss Manners recommends instead a noticeable coldness, including saying “Please don’t touch me,” as being both more deserved and more effective.
DEAR MISS MANNERS: My brother and sister-in-law are very kind to me, letting me stay at their house for visits, inviting me to their children’s birthdays and so on. But what on earth do I do when they have asked me to one of the children’s parties, and it turns out the mother-in-law is hosting?
They don’t tell her I am coming, and she is always surprised to see me. Half the time they don’t tell me it isn’t their …read more
Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle