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Suggested Read: 2 Science-Backed Ways to Politely End a Conversation

Inverse on-line magazine’s article suggests that ending conversations is a classic “coordination problem”, that humans are unable to solve because doing so requires information that they normally keep from each other. As a result, most conversations appear to end when no one wants them to. If you want to be better at ending conversations, you should:

    • Remember conversations don’t end because people don’t know when the other person wants to go.
    • Make your partner feel good about the end of the conversation by “clearly communicating that you had a nice time and would like to talk again.”

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