How do you subtly ask if someone is okay?
Here are just a few tips to help you start the conversation….
- Look for signs of distress. Sometimes it’s not hard to tell that a friend is going through a rough time.
- Time it right.
- Make sure you’re ready.
- Listen carefully.
- Speak with care.
- Offer help.
- Share your story.
- Remind them how much you care.
What to say to ask if someone is OK?
When talking to your friend, be warm, open, and gentle. Show that you are concerned and want to help and support them. While you might choose to approach the conversation casually, make sure they know that you care. Say, “I’m concerned about you and want to know if you’re doing okay.”
Are you OK Another way to ask?
You can say, “I’m here for you. Always.” Expecting someone to answer to “are you okay?” could be that person saying “yes, I am, ” when honestly they’re not.
How do you say I’m not okay without saying it?
Ways to Say You’re Not OK
- ‘ME’ – How does this person make me feel?
- ‘I’ – How am I feeling?
- YOU – How can you help me?
- WE – What can we do together?
When a girl ask if you’re OK?
To ask if you are OK, reveals her kindness & sensitivity towards you. She is gently letting you know she is aware that you are staring at her but also has interest in perhaps why? & concern for you & your behaviour. A light for which others may not see, becomes known to the one who has a desire for it to be.
What can I say instead of I am fine?
Some common ones are: I’m good. I’m doing well. I’m okay (or OK)….Some other, more casual ways to answer when someone asks how you are:
- Not bad.
- Not too shabby.
- Can’t complain.
- Pretty good.
Do You Say No, I’m Not Okay?
I wrap up my emotions, my thoughts; I’ll pour my heart out on a piece of paper. I’ll type until my fingers are throbbing from smashing against my keyboard, but I’ll never say the words, “no, I’m not okay” because I want to consider myself stronger than that.
What should I say if someone asks me if I’m okay?
This means give a polite non-answer that makes it clear you want this topic of conversation shut down. Some potential candidates for your go-to answer include, “ Lots of people are going through difficult times these days.
How to answer the question are you Doing OK?
#1 You can say “Yes, I’m fine, thanks,” even if you’re not OK, and be done with it. #2 You can be honest about how you feel and open up to someone who may not really want to hear about your problems. Then you run the risk of that person avoiding you in the future. #3 You can answer by asking your own question: “How much time do you have?”
Is there a better way to say ” I’m not sure I understand “?
You could also just say something like: “I’m confused” “I’m a little confused” “I don’t understand” “I don’t quite understand” “I’m not sure I understand” “Can you explain that again?”. “I’m not sure I understand this correctly” sounds quite natural, but it’s usually followed by a summary of what you think the other person is saying in the form