In the restaurant complain and express condolences- before that print themselves the germans

In the restaurant complain and express condolences- before that print themselves the germans

Being honest is not always easy: on the motto of the evangelical lent campaign "seven weeks without pinching" the monthly magazine "chrismon" has published a report on the project asked what the germans are afraid of. According to the survey, it is more difficult for respondents to complain about the food in a restaurant (44 percent) than to express their condolences to mourners (30 percent). Many have a problem with admitting their own mistakes (42 percent) or getting back in touch with friends after a long period without contact (41 percent).

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40 percent of respondents print afraid to tell someone they've been angry with them. According to the survey, women are more reticent than men: while 43 percent of women do not dare to express this criticism, only 35 percent of men do. 34 percent said they found it difficult to express their political opinions openly. The emnid institute surveyed on behalf of the evangelical magazine "chrismon" around 1.003 women and men.