Seven Steps To Accept A Compliment With Grace.

To Boost Self-Esteem: Take A ComplimentWhy is a compliment almost as hard to take as criticism?

When I was a kid my well-intentioned Mom taught me to discredit compliments. “Oh, …

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To Boost Self-Esteem: Take A Compliment

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  1. Great post, Evira. You are a fantastic writer. Can you accept my praise?

  2. Thank you, t :)

  3. nice post, thanks a lot :))

  4. Thank you for the info, it’s a fruitful information.

  5. Thanks a lot:) It’s really helpful.

  6. Maybe you should also right an article on easy ways to recieve and accept compliments from others. I was also raised to disregard compliments and as a result, now I have no idea how to say ‘thankyou’ when confronted with one.

    It would be very helpful if there was an article written about this as well.

    It’s a great piece all the same.

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