In conclusion, real compliments — good ones — stand out because they demonstrate that the compliment giver sees us in a new, attentive, thoughtful way that’s clearly distinguished from the relentless scrutiny we’re used to about our bodies.
…d sharing personal problems and confessions too quickly, as this will get you labeled a complainer. Likable people let the other person guide when it’s the right time for them to open up.
Research shows most people decide whether or not they like you within the first seven seconds of meeting you. They then spend the rest of the conversation internally justifying their initial reaction. This may…