“It’s easier to give good words about others than it is to receive the good words they give to us…” What do you think about this statement that Dr Kelly Flanagan uses to begin this article?
This is a great piece of writing that really puts things into perspective. He describes the fact that we say thank you when we receive a compliment because it is a social convention. We say thank you out of embarrassment, surprise, or to fill that uncomfortable moment. Now find out what he learnt from his young son by clicking on the link below…..