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Hi all!
So this is my first time posting on PI, but I’ve been lurking for quite a bit now. Finally, I’ll actually say “hello,” so, hello!
Anyway, on to the question/discussion/issue. So I’ve noticed that it’s really hard to keep conversations going. I’m good at imitating conversations and sayin “hello,” “how are you,” and all that good stuff, as well as being lovely and paying attention. But from there… I never normally know what to say next. I just loose my tongue and it’s awkward. I’m perfectly fine in group conversations, with people I know really well and when someone else and I are doing something. But for just one on one conversations, I stink at them. I never know what topic to bring up next, like I’m overthinking myself or filtering too much.
Any tips on how to keep conversations going? Honestly I’d appreciate any thoughts y’all may have because it keeps me from connecting with other people.

November 22, 2015 at 19:53


Haha I can be the same sometimes too! Its so awkward but what helps me is just bring up a topic or something, like reading! If you love to read the Hunger Games bring up that topic and see if that person reads it. If not move on to something else! Like TV or music. Or maybe even a hobby both of you do! And after that ends (if you’re into like Dr. Who or something though good luck ever ending that!) talk about their personal life. Get to know them a bit more. You can even figure out new things about your best friend! Asking them stuff like “how many siblings do you have? so what about that message, I never knew that stuff about Judah! what sports do you like to do?”

Stuff like that. Always be on the look out for new conversation opportunitys!

I wish you the best of luck in your conversations and I’ll be praying that you’d be able to keep a conversation going confidentially!

-Love your sister in Christ, Hope

December 3, 2015 at 21:55
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