Unable to Take a Compliment? Here’s Why…
There's a psychological reason behind your discomfort
My husband and I spent last weekend with our families. On our way out the door from my parents’ house my mom complimented my new blazer.
“This thing?” I said about a blazer I had been eyeing for months, saved for, and finally splurged on after refreshing the retailer’s site 722 times over Labor Day weekend in hopes of my size restocking.
“It’s not that nice. It’s too heavy. And shorter than I thought it would be. And it was on sale,” I said, listing its flaws.
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