It's called "making excuses" for that person. If the person is grouchy, bad mannered, swears around you, isn't respectful of you and you make excuses such as "Oh well, he/she could just be having a bad day" to "he/she really loves me and just sounds off like this around me because he/she loves and trusts me" are excuses! The guy has NO respect for you. Dare to be your own person and expect respect and having ANYONE in your life treat you as well as you treat them. These are signs of a person that doesn't have your best interests at heart: If the person makes dates and never shows up and then lies about it; If they are disrespectful of your family and friends. If they constantly swear around you and say little else. If they ignore what you have to say. If they make love to you and simply walk out the door without as much as a goodbye. If they flirt with the opposite sex or cheat. These are a but a few signs. The rule of thumb I lead my life by is, "if I treat others with respect and they don't treat me the same way I at least let them know how I feel and if they don't clean up their act then I kick them to the curb." Sometimes it really hurts my heart, but many times it's refreshing!
(personal Belief) - You should not be trying to convince someone, rather show them the beauty of Islam and let them see for themselves and make a decision on their own account
A person writing a persuasive essay is trying to convince others of a particular viewpoint.
A short definition of an argument is a person trying to convince another person of a different point of view.
Say something like "It's OK; here use this" and hand the person napkins or paper towels so the person can clean it. If the person is trying and struggling, help.
it is a paragraph that talks about someone trying to convince the other person to do something, or to like something
They're either trying to convince themselves that you like them, or trying to coerce you into believing you like them. Don't let anyone else make these decisions for you.
Generally that kind of behavior is caused by fear and self-doubt. Often people will over compensate for their own fears and project a much stronger opinion than they really feel. That's usually an indication that they're trying to convince themselves at least as much as trying to convince you.
Well if the person you are trying to convince is you parent, show responsibility for other things i.e. keeping your room clean, doing what you are asked to do, and such. No this is not the opinion of an adult, it took a long time to convince my parents to get me guinea pigs and that is how it is done
Peiople have been trying to convince others of real love ever since love was invented.
He is trying to convince them that he has no intentions of freeing slaves.
when your trying to convince somone to do something
It didn't take much to convince the jury.How can I convince you to come on a date?
Janette is trying to convince Richard to let her play in the baseball team.
Work harder, convince him that you belong there.
Lord knows I've been trying to convince your wife of that for years! She so crazy!
They are trying to make themselves believe it when they really don't. This person is saying something that they really don't mean.
That he or she speaks in third person. Usually just trying to be cool.
to not do the case for tom Robinson
Yes, trying can be an adjective. Example: Dave is a trying individual.
While it accomplishes little, it is easy to do, and can convince voters you are "trying to do something" about crime.
I am trying to convince them because Alfred Wegener was a dedecated person.In his time he used a map, a paper,and some books about the world if you could try thoose matierals you would agree with him
Stop trying to convince her at all and just BE the right guy,...if she's the right girl she'll notice.
It could just be that it's a very insecure person who is trying to convince the rest of the world while he's trying to convince himself. --- Actually yes they do. I have never met an insecure person who would say that, it was normally that they are not as smart and want the validation from others that yes they are smart, but when it comes to a narcissist, they will tell you how much smarter they are than you in an attempt to demean you and make them superior.
mad ANSWER: Crossing the arms denotes a person who is shutting themselves off from communication, or a person who is trying to protect themselves (or their ideas).
Answering "What kinds of unwanted reactions might you encounter when trying to convince the business committee to accept your proposal for a new service?"