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The 2 Things You Should Never Bring Up When You Run Into an Old Friend

Best Life Logo By Alesandra Dubin of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: Running into an old friend can be a joyful occasion, filled with plenty of opportunities to connect and reminisce. But a chance reunion with someone from your past can also be a potential landmine of missteps. To keep the conversation comfortable and avoid hurt feelings, there are two topics you should always avoid when you run into an old friend, according to August Abbott, PhD, a relationship counselor and etiquette expert on JustAnswer, who has spent 40 years teaching etiquette classes. Read on to find out which subjects you should dutifully steer clear of.RELATED: The One Word You Should Never Say During an Argument, Experts Warn.Read the original article on Best Life.

The 2 Things You Should Never Bring Up When You Run Into an Old Friend

Running into an old friend can be a joyful occasion, filled with plenty of opportunities to connect and reminisce. But a chance reunion with someone from your past can also be a potential landmine of missteps. To keep the conversation comfortable and avoid hurt feelings, there are two topics you should always avoid when you run into an old friend, according to August Abbott, PhD, a relationship counselor and etiquette expert on JustAnswer, who has spent 40 years teaching etiquette classes. Read on to find out which subjects you should dutifully steer clear of.

RELATED: The One Word You Should Never Say During an Argument, Experts Warn.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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