You’re doing a great job observing National Compliment Day!
No really, your complimenting skills are stellar. You must have read about how to give girls better compliments.
In case you missed our post last October, check out the helpful tips to avoid the “awww, you’re so cute” trap.
There’s definitely a healthy balance between using compliments to flatter, and using them for encouragement. But, they’re not a bad thing! Ol’ Mark Twain is even quoted as saying “I can live two months on a good compliment.”
Compliment a girl’s creativity or skills in an activity.
Admire natural beauty as it relates to her whole self.
Size doesn’t matter.
Model great compliments.
We love the original article that inspired our compliments post, especially when the its author said to girls everywhere:
“You look great, and you are great. You are beautiful because of who you are, not who you are because you are beautiful.”