Silence is not okay. It’s rude and disrespectful. Whatever the reason the person is not currently speaking to you, you raise your chances of having a positive interaction if you greet the other person with a smile and a kind word. It has been shown that people tend to mirror each other, so starting with an appropriate compliment and a smile will likely put the other person at ease, even if they’re furious with you, and then launch into your message.
If they still choose to give you the cold shoulder, be clear that’s not okay for you and protect yourself by setting a limit. Do not give any mixed messages. A mixed message would be telling them it’s not okay and then falling over yourself to try to get them to talk to you. Don’t try to coax them into speaking by endlessly apologizing or being ultra-kind. You deserve to be treated well—silence is not being treated well. Don’t settle for it and don’t be rude yourself in response.
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