Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Confidently Tell Someone You Like Them


In the past year and half or so, I’ve been more forthcoming in my expressions of love, admiration, and regard for the people around me — from complete strangers to romantic partners. I’ve come to the conclusion that life is short, and if you think or feel something positive about another person, you should tell them — even if it creates an awkward moment. For me, it seems like a waste of good karma to allow loving, positive thoughts to remain locked up in my mind. Why not express them and give someone a boost and put a smile on their face? I don’t reserve these comments just for the people in my closest circles. I speak them to anyone I encounter if there’s something positive on my mind that could brighten their day. I’ve commented on the warm demeanor of a server in a restaurant, and I’ve told the check-out lady at the grocery store that she has beautiful eyes. I’ve thanked the mailman for his hard work and told a mom in the park how great she is with her kids. Some
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