2.Some people may find that they try to read what others are thinking when they interact with them.
Instead of attempting to read thoughts, people can try to take most people’s words at face value. If they say that they like something, they do. If they do not want to get dinner, maybe they are not hungry or have other plans.
For example, if a person wants to go out with a group, they should proactively ask others to go out with them. Likewise, rather than waiting for someone to greet them, a person should say hello first.
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