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someone told me (actually on here)

" I love your humor"

(I'm still wondering how I came up with that news story about the dancing cats, classic)
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The two compliments I get the most are that I have beautiful green eyes and that I am really nice and very supportive. Both compliments make me smile.

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"Your smile lights up the room, let's find a way to make that happen more!"

(this from a social worker who met me when I was an adolescent and severely depressed...what a wonderful thing to say to someone who was miserable! I'll never forget it!)
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The two compliments I get the most are that I have beautiful green eyes and that I am really nice and very supportive. Both compliments make me smile.

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So, in other words, you have inner AND outer beauty Jennifer1967!!! Jackpot! Glad to have you here on our thread
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I got an early birthday card from an internet friend I have never met in person. She wrote that I am a brave woman with a kind heart, animal lover, loyal friend and all around good person. Made me cry in a good way. 😊
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Unsure if this counts. Some years ago I was in a consumer art show. An art critic from the local paper wrote my paintings were quite sophisticated.
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Compliments on my looks don't do much for me. I would much rather have someone tell me I'm kind.
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Someone told me that so and so said I was the nicest guy they'd ever met. I was shocked to be perceived that way, but I'll never forget that compliment.
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