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Can’t Take a Compliment?

Some of us are more inclined to deflect a compliment with self-effacing awkwardness, which throws the exchange off-kilter. A simple “thank you” is all that is needed, and the person giving the compliment expects it.
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How Do You Respond?

By Wendy L. Patrick, JD, Ph.D.

Research reveals how handling compliments can make or break a relationship.
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Receiving Praise

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.

People with social anxiety disorder can't enjoy praise.
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Giving and Taking

By Amie M. Gordon, Ph.D.

Giving the perfect gift maybe even better than receiving it.