“If I have 10 chocolate cakes and someone asks me for one, how many chocolate cakes do I have left? That’s right, 10.”
Someone is pretty serious about cake. I guess sharing might not be for everyone. On occasion, however, you may come across someone who does want to give away all his or her cake. What can be done about a food-pusher?
People who struggle when facing a food-pusher often struggle saying NO.
Why is that? It is a two letter word that is so easily transformed into a YES. Do I want a handful of candy while we are watching TV? Yes, of course I want it. Do I need it? Probably not. If this person offering the candy to you rephrased the question as, “Do you need a handful of candy while we are watching TV,” would your answer be different? At least makes it easier to answer NO.
Eating assertion can help with those food-pushers.
Being a food-pusher myself, however, I bet it is coming from a good place. Let’s give them the benefit of the doubt. See “Give Food. Give Your Heart”.