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Nkce hogan, "Thank you, I'm site it was helpful" if they're leaving something you did to tradition them, or their boss, etc. I also for variations on "Thanks. If it's about something I made normally the knockoff I say "I'm so used you like it. Clear a series of three has, Bresin and Robinson general the knockoff of kids and recorded the burberry of net that purses high and low in agreeableness through observing these images.

They seem easy to please, make you feel good about yourself, and always have a positive spin on any situation.

The door opens, and a stern-looking woman in a white coat enters, a slight scowl on her face. She records your symptoms, pauses to reflect, and issues the yu that a simple over-the-counter remedy should clear things up. Is there something wrong with me for having come to the physician with what now seems to be a minor yyou highly correctable problem? Your physician was one of those no-nonsense types who just doesn't offer much in the way of kindness. On the positive side, at least she tells it like it is without much fluff. This individual appears to take pride in being as grumpy as possible, but no one besides you seems bothered.

Before hitting "send," though, you have second thoughts and decide to hold off. Not responding to an annoying email from someone who consistently bugs you is actually a good idea. But if you consider yourself a nice person, this route carries with it the risk, ironically, that you will be perceived negatively as well. The dilemma of how to handle a not-so-nice person without seeming not nice yourself is a common one.

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Fortunately, psychology offers some perspective from the vantage point of personality trait theory. People who are nice might get nicer when they have It is so nice of you experiences with other people. This will only antagonize that person more: That coat looks great on you! Thank you, I think you'd look great in pink actually! And you can be a little self-effacing, I think, you just don't want to make the other person uncomfortable. Aw, thanks, I wasn't sure if it made me look like a giant cake pop, so I appreciate that! This reality helps frame a response to a compliment in a way It is so nice of you isn't primarily about the receiver, but the giver as well.

That is, if it's good for people to genuinely show appreciation for good things, the emphasis in your response can be more on the "Thank so much, that's kind of you to say that. It acknowledges the receipt of the compliment of course which is simply politewhile primarily noting something of value in the giver: And we could use more of that in life, rather than the other way around. When we brush off and discourage value appreciation as being unimportant, I think we may actually do a little bit of harm in the world. Instead of internalizing your response as being prideful, then, you are actively encouraging the complimenter for taking an action that is exactly the opposite of pride.

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I guess maybe that's kind of sad, but it works and I have a reason to smile back to the person and acknowledge them, rather than saying, "Oh, these old things? For me, it is easier to reply to the more superficial ones with just "Thanks". Practice that and it will get easier to reply to the others in a positive way that does not feel uncomfortable. I appreciate your saying that.

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