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-taff wrote: »
You don't need to be harsh.
A simple,polite and above all short, e-mail will do it.
"Sorry, we can't help her at the moment, if that changes we will be in touch."
when the inevitable why not e-mail comes,"We're not in a position to help sorry" and continue with variations on the same theme till they get the message. You don't need to explain, and the sorry is only there for politeness sake
Pollycat wrote: »
How hard can it be to say 'no'?
Mojisola wrote: »
It depends on the family - saying 'no' is easy; coping the repercussions may not be.
kerri_gt wrote: »
Bite the bullet and simply put 'We're sorry but not in a personal or financial position to accommodate this proposal. We wish wee lass every success in perusing her career'
“ It depends on the family - saying 'no' is easy; coping the repercussions may not be.Originally posted by Mojisola
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