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Compliment To Affect People's Sense of Self

Compliment To Affect People's Sense of Self

To compliment people is to choose to affect them and who they will become, along with their sense of self.

We don't realize the impact our compliments hold and studies have found that when we are complimented by the people we look up to or they say something to us that we resonate with, we take in their words and integrate it within ourselves.

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