- Is apparently rude?
- What is the best reply for how are you?
- How do you respond when someone opens up to you?
- How is it going answer?
- How do you know if you’re not OK?
- What can I say instead of OK?
- Is anyways rude?
- Is saying Fine rude?
- Is apparently a negative word?
- Is it OK to be not OK?
- What do you say when someone asks if you’re OK but your not?
- How do you ask someone if they’re okay?
Is apparently rude?
Apparently, this is strictly prohibited, because it is always “offensive and rude.” I hate to be rude, but no it isn’t.
It depends on who is sending it to whom and what relationship they have..
What is the best reply for how are you?
The most common answer that I hear and say is “Good.” It’s a positive, polite and common response. You might not actually be feeling too good when you answer “Good,” but for an acquaintance or stranger it’s a normal answer to give. Saying “Good” is grammatically correct if you mean that you’re happy and pleasant!
How do you respond when someone opens up to you?
Do say: ‘I don’t think any differently of you’ “And that means when a friend or loved one opens up about mental health, they don’t want to be treated any differently. If you want to support them, keep it simple. Do the things you’d normally do.” “Offer lots of encouragement, confidence building and reassurance.
How is it going answer?
When someone asks, “How’s it going?”, the usual reply is, “Fine, how are you?” Few will admit they’re out of work, depressed or reeling from a medical diagnosis. And not everyone wants to know the truth.
How do you know if you’re not OK?
Signs to be aware of are that you are irritable or short-tempered, judgemental or feeling judged, righteous, angry, sad, sick at heart, or unwell for long periods with no discernible cause. Headaches, stomachaches, fatigue, insomnia, rashes, and crankiness are all signs that something is definitely not okay.
What can I say instead of OK?
Synonyms & Antonyms of OKagreeable,all right,alright,copacetic.(also copasetic or copesetic),ducky,fine,good,More items…
Is anyways rude?
Here is an example of a softer, more polite way to use anyway when you want to go back to an important subject: … And here is a forceful, impolite way to show someone that you want to go back to an important subject. You will notice that the speaker uses the word anyway. “ANYWAY, I want to talk about an important topic.”
Is saying Fine rude?
It’s fine.” Why it doesn’t work: “The word ‘fine’ is often used in conversation as a form of compliance. It can have a negative or positive tone, but it is mostly perceived as rude and dismissive,” says Bessey. “It is best to err on the side of caution and replace ‘fine’ with ‘good.
Is apparently a negative word?
The usage of apparently to indicate that something only might be true comes from this definition. Wrong is an adjective being modified by apparently (adverb) which means “obviously wrong”.
Is it OK to be not OK?
It is okay to not be okay. Yes, it will pass. Yes, it is impermanent. But you can honor your emotional experience by being present for it, not by distracting yourself or avoiding it with every fiber of your being.
What do you say when someone asks if you’re OK but your not?
#1 You can say “Yes, I’m fine, thanks,” even if you’re not OK, and be done with it. #2 You can be honest about how you feel and open up to someone who may not really want to hear about your problems. Then you run the risk of that person avoiding you in the future.
How do you ask someone if they’re okay?
Be relaxed and friendly when asking if someone is OK. Try phrasing the question openly, like “How are you going?” or “What’s been happening?” to help them open up. If they don’t want to talk, it’s fine to let them know you’re concerned about their recent behaviour and that you care about them.