Is it free to have your makeup done at macys?
you know when you go to like macys or mac and its like those chairs and the ladys with the makeup is it free? or do you have to pay me and my friends always wondered that not that were cheap or anything but we dont wanna be like after the lady does it be like so how much is it and look stupid you know. =]
How do you tell someone you don't want to talk to them anymore?
Personally, I don’t normally have to even say anything. I often use the ‘silent’ & ‘delayed’ treatment and soon they would just get the idea implicitly.For example, if this someone:Calls you, you have to let it be a missed call. Call back a few hours later (depending on your relationship / context)Messages you, again reply only after some time, never immediate.Talks to you face to face, you just keep quiet most of the time and let the person do the talking. By not engaging, he/she would soon realize that you’re not interested. Nobody would continue interacting with someone who doesn’t reciprocate.But for whatever reason the above suggestions don’t work, and you must tell them explicitly, then consider:Telling them the reason why; Because you don’t have the time, because you have some other commitments, because you can’t handle too many relationships/friendships etc. Never point that the problem is with the other party. We don’t want to burn bridges, do we? The use of reason will soften the blow. More often than not, the reasons don’t really matter. When they get the message that you don’t wish to talk to them anymore, they’ll stop.How you say matters more than what you say. I have very little information on who this person you are trying to dis-engage with. So to be safe, say in a very cordial, friendly manner. Watch your tone, your body language and expression. After all, we are trying to have 1 less friend / acquaintance, not have 1 more enemy.
What is this feeling of liking someone so much but not wanting to date them?
I had a very good friend who was like this before. She told me she likes me and wants to spend time with me. But when I asked her if she wanted a relationship, she said no. I felt like I was friend zoned. Initially I thought she had commitment issues. She was single for a long time and since her first relationship did not work out. She was too scared to get into a relationship that might not work. As someone answered (scared of commitment). But that was not the case.So i decided to get to the bottom of it, since it was killing me. Mainly because I started liking her and she was not ready to date me as a boyfriend. I decided to not spend anymore time with her, and just be as away as possible. She admitted to have felt really bad, but it was necessary for me to move on and date someone else.Years later we met again, she is happily married and I asked her about why it happened that way between us and it would have worked well. But she said she did not feel like dating me as she was didn't feel the love between us enough to be lost into each other. She was attracted to me physically (body language) which made me think she had something for me. It was because we both had infatuation and not love. Now we are mature enough to understand that and laugh it off. We saved ourselves through a bad breakup.I thought I should share this for your good and I hope you figure out your situation too. It might be commitment issue as well. Only you can deduce.
How can I tell a guy that I don't like him anymore, although it's very sudden and there's no specific reason for my change in feelings?
I’ll tell you when you should tell him, as soon as humanly possible.Last time I checked there are over 7 billion people on this planet. We meet people, we lose people, we find people we can’t live without.But the point is we, as people, are changing all the time and so are our wants and needs. Regardless of how quick your feelings changed or why, that fact is they changed.I'm sure this guy is a nice fellow. But let me ask you this, is this guy you are seeing right now, nice enough to risk spending one more second away from “future Mr. Right”?I didn’t think so.Don’t worry, your little friend will be fine. I’m sure he’s a big boy!Trust me, in four years from now when you’re are both with your respective soul mates, you may pass each other on the street and softly smile as you think to yourself “WOW, did I dodge a bullet there”Trust me, he’ll be fine;)
How do you politely tell someone you don't like them?
As you know, most people do not come right out and say, “I don’t like you” unless absolutely necessary. We try to be tactful and spare the other person’s feelings by saying we are busy or by ignoring them when they text or call.Don’t worry about not texting back. As my Dad used to say about the telephone, “That phone is there for MY convenience.” Just because someone texts you does not obligate you to text back. It is polite, but when you are trying to discourage someone, just don’t reply.If that does not work, then you may have to be more direct and say something vague, such as, “I don’t really have a lot of time for you right now. Sorry.”This leaves them the hope that you like them, but simply don’t have time for them. Only the most obtuse would persist after that.If they persist and become obnoxious by pestering you in any way, shape or form, forget being polite. They have forfeited your obligation to be polite to them.You will be forced to say, “I have tried to indicate that I don’t want to hang out with you, but you make it impossible for me to be anything but blunt: I don’t want to hang out with you. Sorry.”
What do you do if someone likes you, but you don't like them back?
Try to avoid places that person might attend so that you limit contact with that person. They might, if you are for some innocent reason providing positive vibes in their life, start to see more into it than your act of kindness. Explain to the person that you do not see them in the same light as they do you. The best is to be honest as soon as possible. Remember to be kind but effective when you are explaining that you dont share the same feelings. Do not leave the person thinking that there could be a possibility in the future. That is hurtful.
What should I do if I have a major crush on a close friend and I don't want to ruin our friendship?
I know it will be hard for you to believe but I've been through the exact same thing. First thing first, tell him how you feel for him. Now don't mistake this opinion as some love guru funda. It's not. The only thing I want to tell you is that you DON'T WANT TO REGRET YOUR SILENCE few years from now. I liked this girl who also happened to be a very good friend. At first, I kept dodging the feelings, however I soon realized that it was getting tough for me. She was nice to me and I did not want to mistake those gestures with something else. The only thing that kept me from telling her was that we used to hang out in group and I never wanted to be the one who spoiled the atmosphere and making things awkward. So I never shared my feelings with her until we were posted to different locations. I realized I might never be able to see her again and a few days before we were supposed to leave I told her about my feelings for her (I don't want to take the credit for the entire thing, she was the one who was the acting catalyst during the conversation).Now here's the thing!!! She too had feelings for me all the while and in her words " had been dropping hint bombs" at me. It's is the best feeling, believe me, and you'll get to live it only if you tell him. Even if things don't work out(now don't be pessimistic), he will understand and that way you'll never regret not telling him. All the best !!! PS: I'm glad I told her. She is the best thing that's happened to me.
Is it possible to love someone who you don't like?
Yesss, we call them siblings.Cheers!