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we have this inherent desire to please everyone. No one wants to be the outlier in the group, because then you seem too pushy. So, we all revert to this inability to make decisions. We leave the decision of messing up, potentially choosing a bad restaurant, or boring activity, to someone else. We don’t want to feel responsible for someone else’s dissatisfaction.
I’ve issued concerns. Accounts have been deleted, data plans cancelled. Brash lines of questioning have been directed. I’ve offered alternatives: Parks can be strolled through. Bands can be formed, instruments rocked out on. Eye contact can be made. There are reports of eye contact being made.