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Ladies’ View, Killarney, 2019
  • First reason: Generally speaking, compliments can make people with low self-esteem feel uncomfortable because they contradict their own self-views. People actively seek to verify their own perceptions of themselves, whether those are positive or negative.
  • Second: Apparently we blush when complimented and that this cheek-coloring reaction is a universal human response to social attention.

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This is where I ask questions and talk to myself | Backend web dev, web scraping, Robotics Process Automation | Blogs at http://proses.id