Advice: Is “No Problem” A Response To “Sorry”?

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Hello Everyone!

How are you enjoying the remaining portion of your weekend on this chilly Sunday evening!? I did go to my very first Broadway show ever on Saturday. My friend had a connection to a person who plays in the orchestra of the play Aladdin so he invited us. The play was hosted at the New Amsterdam Theatre that is located on Broadway & 42nd Street in Manhattan. The theatre looks very old and laden with history; opened in 1903. The play had many moments of humor where I laughed out loud. It was indeed better than I expected. I would not have went if it wasn’t for the invite. I have always anticipated it being boring. We did pack into the theatre like sardines. The mask wearing was strictly enforced in the theatre. What a beautiful location and cool experience. I took some videos of the old memorabilia and plan to load it to my Tik Tok and YouTube channel. While I’m at it, I might as well shamelessly promote my book entitled, “Construction Tales: Volume I: A Woman’s Journey To Be An Electrician”. It is available on Audible in audio as well as paperback and e-book for: Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes & Noble. Here is another question on Quora for us to look over. I’m trying to figure out if the author of the question is sincere or not. What do you think? It is sad to have to second guess when a person utters the phrase, “no problem”. Do you know of anyone who has this habit of saying that there is no problem yet the problem still exists? It sucks to have people not be who they say they are going to be. I’m suspecting that this author has seen their fair share of dealing with people who hide their disputes despite saying that the dispute is dead. I absolutely can’t stand people who don’t have the balls to say what they really feel. It is also frustrating to deal with people who say that they are “all good” yet they secretly still have problems behind the scenes. What’s the point of lying? Is that a person’s weird way of keeping the peace? Let me know what you think on that? Check out the posed question and my response below and let me know what you think?

POSED QUESTION:

“Is “no problem” a response to “sorry”?”

By Jerry Joo

MY RESPONSE:

“I do believe that when a person responds, “no problem” to a person who says they’re sorry, it is indeed a legit response. To me, when you say that it is not a problem, then you are now good. The conflict is now dead. Squashed. Buried. Put to bed. Finished. Are you asking as to the potential undertones behind it? It is hard to say without further context. Yes, many people say stuff that they do not truly believe and that sucks! It is possible that the person apologizing has more on their heart than the person receiving the apology. It’s also possible that the person receiving the apology still has an ax to grind yet blows it off by saying, “no problem”. It can be different according to gender roles. As a chick in construction for the past 26-years, I’m very much used to my male co-workers. If I was to apologize to a guy, I’d be comfortable that the issue was squashed with a “no problem” response. If a co-worker apologized to me, it would be squashed and a dead issue. We can get into an absolute fist fight on the job. We can apologize to each other and the beef would die and go away. That’s not the same when you deal with a group of women (sorry ladies). If it was a woman that I was apologizing, I would not find it assuring that the problem is gone. This has a lot to do with women typically (NOT always) not being upfront with any lingering resentment. Yes, there are some men also guilty of that fake chillness as well. I have dealt with women who have underlying issues that were never brought up. I heard about it, in a round about way, from mutual female friends. Bringing up the possible issue in an attempt to clear it just brings drama to the surface. In a perfect world, people who say that there is no problem should have no problem. Problems should be brought up and an agreed resolution actually makes it go away. However, we live in a world with different opinions on settling issues. May you encounter people who are legitimate with what they say.”

By Leslie M. Jasper

https://www.quora.com/Is-no-problem-a-response-to-sorry/answer/Leslie-Jasper-3?prompt_topic_bio=1

I thank you for taking a detour from your regular schedule ever so briefly at my blog content today. I very much appreciate you stopping by. Drop your thoughts down in the comment section down below. I’m sharing my latest (7) podcast episodes that are listed down below from The Verbally Disastrous Podcast, via links for Spotify & YouTube down below. If you are into reading on a Kindle, check out my newest short story release that belongs to my Construction Tales-Told By A Woman Kindle Vella Library short story series on Amazon down below. Short story #10 is entitled, “Early Life Lessons & Characters To Meet As An Apprentice”. I released short story #10 that is now live. If anyone has read any of my other short stories, by all means, let me know what you think? Check out the links for my book #ConstructionTales down below. I’m working on some upcoming podcast guests for the beginning of the Year 2022- including a practicing Satanist. I need to figure out how to use Twitch and do live audio & video podcast sessions with my upcoming guests. Melissa and I need to find time to get together and discuss our impending topic on our most embarrassing moments. It’s now time for me to continue working on some tasks and tackle even more of my painting this evening. Now go carry on with your Sunday plans now that we are almost at the end of the weekend- ohh sighhh!! I wish you a great morning/afternoon/evening on your side of the globe and a restful or productive day!

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I just shared my latest short story that has been loaded up to my Construction Tales-Told By A Woman Kindle Vella Library on Amazon. This is short story #10 entitled, “Early Life Lessons & Characters To Meet As An Apprentice”. This short story covers some initial life lessons such as guarding your personal information, managing nasty rumors, combating sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and racism. Overall, the construction culture has improved dramatically over the past 25-years. Developing both a thick skin and a sharp tongue are key tools needed to survive various jobsite antics. The previous short story is entitled: #9: “I’m Working On The Railroad With The Tools As A Chick!”. I decided to write about some stories from when I worked with the tools on the railroad. I shared a story of saving a co-worker from a near death experience! I hope you learn something from this short story. There are more to come. This short story is now also available as (2) Verbally Disastrous podcast episodes.

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Leslie M. Jasper

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