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Il post di oggi riguarda: “Do They Really Like Their Christmas Present?”
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Do They Really Like Their Christmas Present?
Giving and receiving Christmas gifts can be a stressful nightmare but how can you tell if someone really liked their gift?
In a survey of 2,000 Brits, 65% of people confessed to pretending to like a gift to avoid hurting someone’s feelings.
The graphic above shows the body language signals to look for to see if someone does or doesn’t like their gift.
Most of us probably know how to read these signs somewhat instinctively- in a study conducted on gift giving, 680 men and women were asked to identify whether or not a recipient liked their gift. 75% of the participants were able to correctly do so. We covered this story in a past blog on Emotions in Gift Giving.
However, in this spirit of giving this holiday season, let’s remember that psychologist have also scientifically proven that one of the greatest contributing factors to overall happiness is how much gratitude you show.
It’s truly the thought that counts and expressing your appreciation for a gift (whether you truly like it or not) can lead to not only your happiness, but the gift giver as well.