accepting compliments

You love to give gifts, right? It feel ah-mazing in your heart to give, to surprise someone, and to do or say something meaningful to someone you love. But how comfortable are you with receiving gifts? How about compliments?
Gratitude is the only acceptable way to acknowledge someone's kind remarks. Sincere thankfulness won't give off the appearance of pride or vanity. Instead, it shows you acknowledge a person's recognition and appreciation.
I've always heard it takes seven compliments to undo one bad comment. But I actually think it's more than that. Waaaaay more.
Then, in the second phase of the experiment, Julian asked participants to listen to each of the compliments again and explain
Deflecting a compliment is not modest or unpretentious; it's actually a bit rude. After all, someone has taken the time to not only notice you and your efforts, but has gone a step further and actually acknowledged it.
"OMG, you are the most impressive human being I have ever met," is all this man from the Norwegian comedy show Kollektivet
It can feel unsafe and vulnerable to receive compliments and take them to heart. If we quickly return the energy, we can stay in our comfort zone and we obstruct the intimate and heart-opening growth before us.
No matter how long you've been in a relationship with someone else, the longest relationship you'll have in this life is the one you have with yourself.
Some people can't wait to pass along the latest bad news. I feel guilty if I hear -- or notice -- good news and don't pass that along.
It's always interesting to watch people's reactions when they receive a compliment. Whether they are able to graciously receive
If you think Thanksgiving is the best time to feel thankful and express gratitude, think again. Watch as I take the power of gratitude to the streets.