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Kay started the thread:
You encourage to say “no” without making false excuses. That’s good. But “Thank you, but maybe some other time!” might be a false excuse too because it gives a promise that you will dance with that person in the future.. A perfect solution is to promote and support “cabeceo” culture – it gives opportunity to avoid excuses, since it’s non-verbal way of saying “please not now”.
Posted 27/02/2018 @ 15:15 | Last modified 08/06/2019 @ 09:42

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