Party Foul: One-Sided Introduction
Last Friday night I found myself at an annual ornament-exchange holiday party. The event is in its ninth year, but this was my first time attending. Before we began to open ornaments, white elephant-style, the hostess felt the need to introduce “the newcomers” (myself and another girl). What she failed to do was introduce anyone else!
I was acquainted with a handful of guests but would have liked to have known everyone’s name. The hostess’s attempt to make us feel like a part of the group backfired: I felt awkward, uncomfortable and like an outsider.
When hosting a party, remember that introductions are a formal presentation of one person to another in which each is told the other’s name.
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