Nene King

HUS­BANDS NEEDS TO HELP OUT MORE SAYS NENE

New Idea - - Your Say -

TOO MUCH INFO

QI’d like to be closer to my work­mates but they al­ways over­share their per­sonal lives, dis­cussing ev­ery­thing from their re­la­tion­ships to their med­i­cal is­sues. I don’t want to be on the outer, but I’d like to keep my pri­vate life to my­self. Is there a way to stay friendly with­out di­vulging?

Kate, via email.

ADo not feel obliged to vol­un­teer de­tails of your pri­vate life. Stay neu­tral. Talk about the foot­ball, Game Of Thrones, the cost of power bills, su­per­mar­ket spe­cials of the week. Stick to gen­eral in­ter­est top­ics – no need to di­vulge per­sonal in­for­ma­tion. Easy to stay friendly with­out bar­ing your soul.

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