With every new alien sighting, the number of questions about them increase.
But while we’ve all been there, no-one knows what to expect from someone who claims to be a member of a foreign species.
It may not be a good thing to ask, since it could mean the person is lying.
But it can be worth a try.
Here are some tips to get you through the tough days ahead.1.
Keep your options open2.
Seek medical advice3.
Do not make a fussIf you’re not prepared to take the next step, then there’s no point in getting involved in the investigation.
But if you do decide to get involved, don’t expect anything in return.
If you do make a big fuss, you’ll get into more trouble.
So, it’s best to try and avoid anything that will escalate the situation.
For example, if you have a friend who claims he’s an alien and you’re worried about it, ask yourself: “If I were to see this alien, what would I do?”2.
Know what you’re dealing withYou’ll be faced with a number of different scenarios at different stages of the process.
But there are a few rules you should follow:Avoid any claims made about aliens or alien contact.
Be sure you have all the facts, but don’t get carried away.
There’s a reason they call them ‘sources’ and not ‘experts’.3.
Don’t ask questions that can’t be answeredIf you have to ask the right questions to get the answer, then you’ve got to ask them the right way.
For instance, if someone says they’ve been abducted by aliens, ask them why they’re telling you all this.
Don’t get stuck in a trap of trying to understand everything they’ve said.
Ask the question ‘is this really true?’
“The first time you ask someone a question, it can lead to more questions.
For the same reason, if they tell you about an incident, ask the questions ‘are you confident that what they’ve told you is true?'””
The only way to get a real answer is to look it up yourself.”4.
Know how to make a good first impressionIf you get the impression that the person’s behaviour is strange or unusual, then they probably have an alien presence.
You don’t have to make an exact comparison.
Just make an observation, and it’ll give you a sense of what to look for.
It can also help you make an informed decision about whether to trust them.
When people ask you questions, it makes it easier for them to ask questions.
They’ll ask you to think about what you want to know, rather than what they want to tell you.
You may also want to think carefully about whether they are willing to answer questions about what they see.
“Ask yourself if they are prepared to answer a reasonable question about the situation, like if they were abducted by an alien or if they have some kind of knowledge about the aliens or aliens,” Professor Breen said.
“And if they aren’t prepared to give you the answer to your question, then maybe they have a secret that they’re hiding.”5.
Be honestIf you find a person to be lying about being an alien, it might be a sign that they don’t know what they’re talking about.
“The most important thing is not to take a side,” Professor Bennen said.
You need to keep your head down and your facts straight.
But be sure to be truthful.
It might mean they’re lying because they’re not interested in truth, or they may be lying because you’ve been duped.
It could also mean they don