How do you say I dont know what to talk about?

How do you say I dont know what to talk about?

How do you say I dont know what to talk about?

Don’t Know What to Say? How to Know What to Talk About

  1. Memorize some universal questions.
  2. Switch between sharing and asking questions.
  3. Focus all your attention on the conversation.
  4. Keep the conversation centered on the other person.
  5. Jump back to a previous topic.
  6. View silence in conversations as something good.

Why I dont know what to talk?

Next time you’re in a conversation, talk without thinking. Stop putting pressure on yourself to say interesting, unexpected or funny things all the time. Sure, some conversation topics are better than others, but most of the time people talk about nothing significant. Over time this approach will feel natural.

What to text someone when you don’t know what to say?

Ask A Leading Question. Opening the conversation with a question can be a good strategy, but asking something they’ll definitely know the answer to is even better.

  • Jog Their Memory.
  • Say Something Sweet.
  • Bring Up A Shared Interest Or Experience.
  • Send An Emoji.
  • How do you know what to talk about?

    Smile, pay attention, and show your concern for other people’s welfare. Ask follow-up questions. One of the best ways to find something to talk about is to encourage your conversation partner to share her thoughts, feelings, and ideas.

    What to do if you have nothing to say?

    Here is a list of things you might talk about when there is nothing to talk about:

    1. Talk about this itself.
    2. Talk about things you wish were happening.
    3. Have a conversation with someone who is having a wildly different experience than you.
    4. Have conversations with people who might be really struggling.

    How do I not say I don’t know?

    Here are a few casual ways to say I don’t know:

    1. I don’t have the foggiest idea.
    2. I haven’t a clue.
    3. Who knows?
    4. Don’t ask me.
    5. Your guess is as good as mine.