complimentarylanguageandgender

  • That ‘Compliment’ Might Actually Be Offensive

    That ‘Compliment’ Might Actually Be Offensive

    Compliments (usually) feel good. They can reflect appreciation and value, help build and boost self-esteem, encourage positive behaviour, and help create a positive environment. However, even if a compliment is well-intentioned, it can easily fall flat. On the extreme end, it also has the potential to cross lines in the workplace or on a date…