Author Topic: Uncooperative walking companion  (Read 1264 times)

Nomad32

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Re: Uncooperative walking companion
« Reply #30 on: 15:42:38, 10/07/18 »
The thing about it Is me and him have been mates for over ten years. We usually get on great. I think the problem was neither of us wanted the other to take the lead so when it came to any decisions about what to do next it was an argument.

tonyk

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Re: Uncooperative walking companion
« Reply #31 on: 17:15:45, 10/07/18 »
The thing about it Is me and him have been mates for over ten years. We usually get on great. I think the problem was neither of us wanted the other to take the lead so when it came to any decisions about what to do next it was an argument.
Best to put it behind you and move on.Life is too short to fall out over such a trivial matter.

Doddy

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Re: Uncooperative walking companion
« Reply #32 on: 18:12:36, 10/07/18 »
I know a little of this from personal experience; I understand that women deal with these things differently and they would discuss together the situation much earlier than men do; i.e if there is problem have it out with them. Accepting there is a problem is halfway to solving it.