Clarity With Compliments

If we view the journey of relationships and friendships as progressive pathways, then we probably already acknowledge that most things tend to always start small. If something so simple leads to something significant then in hindsight, it’s the simple things that are important when applying them to a progressive pathway or journey.

I like to place importance on the simple things in life. I find that people often overlook the small things in relationships from the stage where you may have just met someone to a full blown commitment. We are always urged to read the small print, but ask yourself how many times have taken the time to read your terms & conditions?

After certain events have unfolded (usually negative outcomes), I don’t believe there is a person alive that doesn’t refer back to the smaller things that could have made a significant difference. There’s that word again; significant. This is when the not-so-important terms & conditions miraculously become important. It’s like receiving a expensive phone bill following a holiday. The moment you call them up to complain, they quickly direct you to your terms & conditions which clearly state that you will be charged triple to send a text abroad!!
Its importance never changed, but what did change was the point you realised its importance.

With this in mind, I wanted to hone in on not just the importance of compliments, but how we as men and women compliment each other. These points are not there as a step-by-step guide on how to compliment someone but instead, they are there to put truth and reason back into compliments.

This sections is for the men
How to Compliment a Woman

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This section is for the ladies
How to Compliment a Man

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So just to reinstate, this is not a guide but use it as a backbone to which you can place into a wider range of situations. By giving importance to something as small as compliments, as your journey progresses on you’re less likely to run the risk of failing to understand how significant the smaller things in life are.

– Mr. Rare

5 thoughts on “Clarity With Compliments”

  1. What a great read! People always forget about the small things like compliments even though they like to hear them; I do it too. But what a difference it clearly can make. I’m always a bit iffy about dishing out compliments to guys mainly because I always feel that it’ll feed their ego and do forth. But I really like this, something I’ll definitely learn to adopt.

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