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|Posted on 19 May, 2015 at 2:20|
According to a 2012 study at the National Institute for Physiological Sciences in Japan, ”To the brain, receiving a compliment is as much a social reward as being rewarded money. We’ve been able to find scientific proof that a person performs better when they receive a social reward after completing an exercise. Complimenting someone could become an easy and effective strategy to use in the classroom and during rehabilitation.”
Why do I think this study is important? Well, how do you think your relationship could benefit from complimenting your partner more? Could this positive neurological find benefit our battered self esteem when we compliment ourselves for a job well done more often?
For the Love of Life, Lets all feel richer!
Categories: Relationship Health