When some one ask me a personal question, how can i avoid answering it in a nice way??

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Hi courtneyRoo,

   Here's the one I always use for myself. Just look them straight in the eyes, smile, (and make sure it's a warm one, not a sneer) and say nothing. Keep on smiling warmly, don't break eye contact and don't say anything. Eventually, if they're smart enough, they'll get the hint. They usually doWink

Aways answer the question, with a question. Just say, "why are you asking me that question." That puts the ball in your court and they usually don't ask again, because they have to answer first. If on the off chance they reply that they are just curious, ask them why they are curious. Like I said just keep answering with another question, and you never have to answer their initial question. They'll get the hint.

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I am not comfortable giving out personal information but thankyou for wanting to know me better.

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