Wholesale Child Jewelry
Q: I hate to sound like a therapist, but what do YOU want from this
>encounter? If I were in your shoes, I certainly wouldn't let her
>have the jewelry, because there's a strong probability that you wouldn't
>get it back. So the issue is: what reaction you want to elicit from
>your ex when you tell her no?
>(1) No, you can't have it. I wear items from the collection all the
>time, and I make up my mind which piece to wear, according to what my
>outfit is for the day.
>(2) No, you can't have it. I lent it to my current girlfriend.
>(3) No, you can't have it. It's mine, all mine, and the judge gave it
>to me. I don't remember you giving me back any of the things he gave
>(4) No, I prefer to keep the jewelry. I have some uses in mind for it
>in the future.
A:Possible answers: In all seriousness, I'd go for (4). Without any further explanation. >Unless, of course, you want to put it beyond the reach of your ex, and >give it to me.
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