by Sirin Thada
Fact: more small talk occurs between the last week of November and the first of January than any other time of the year.
Okay, I made that up, but it certainly feels true. We are just beginning the Small Talk Season and I don’t look forward to it.
Someone found my blog by searching the question “why do highly sensitive people hate small talk?” and I wondered “doesn’t everyone hate small talk?” Everyone except those people who are comfortable wherever they are and talking to whomever’s around. Who are these people? Instead of asking why do people hate small talk, we should be asking how can anyone like it?
I don’t know if all highly sensitive people hate small talk. I do and here are my reasons. You may relate:
Small talk is too SMALL — It’s meaningless, repetitive, and meaningless (that needed to be repeated). I can’t…
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