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is a virtual space that provides psychological resources to know, understand and overcome … In couple find issues, Sexuality, Self-Improvement, Keys to Improving, Stories for Thinking and a space dedicated to Public and Private Consultations. Visit and tell us your opinion. You can also find us at – – – Do you take compliments? Samples naturally receive recognition will make us feel valued and safe, this brings, of course, a benefit for the people around us. It's a good thing for others to acknowledge what we do well. However, there are people who find a problem, either because they tend to believe it too, taking an arrogant attitude that may provoke ridicule or criticism of others, or by an excess of humility, or lack of self- that leads them not to believe that the recognition received is justified or that will match what was said. Those who reject compliments, or because they downplay or ignore it-kick against their self-esteem.

This rejection is, firstly, to devalue the own merit, noting that what has been achieved is not the product of personal effort, but the mere circumstance or coincidence, in this way, the person becomes his own saboteur, giving an image of lower validity. On the other hand, to refuse to recognize is, in a way, neglecting to who did it and, therefore, seems to question his wisdom. At the same time, limiting the possibility of other completed in the future, a stimulus that is very important to raise self-esteem. The recognition we receive from others, should be understood and received as a token of appreciation for our people and our behavior. Worth making an effort to naturally accept the praise, thank and, if deemed appropriate, meet with another compliment. Thus, we face new challenges from a position of greater respect and safety, both to ourselves and to others. Be prepared a phrase for when you flattered by something! And do not forget you, too, to flatter with honestly … Team

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