encouraging compliments

What was the best compliment you’ve received?

I hadn’t planned to respond to any prompts for now but I received a very kind compliment today that I wanted to recognise and acknowledge this.

As a blogger we are usually trying our best and hope that our readers find our content as interesting as we do. To be told that I write well and my work is a pleasure to read is so encouraging.

I’d like to thank Mthobisi Magagula for his kind words and feedback. ❤️

We should never take our readers for granted, so this is also a big thank you to you all. xxx


      • Where are you from brenda? I am rendhy from Indonesia. Actually i am still learning English and really want to improve it. And i made my own website. Please, check out if you don’t mind.. 😄 I need to learn your writing skills Brenda

      • Thank ypu very much Rendhy. I’m from Scotland, in the UK
        If you are learning English, I think you are doing well. 😄 The best think is to try and practice as much as possible, reading, writing, speaking and listening. All 4 skills 😁

      • Sure, i will 😄. Brenda may i know your instagram please. I want to connect with you. I meant, probably i can ask some questions for you. 😄

      • Sorry I don’t have Instagram but you can message me. If you go to my home page and select ‘contact ‘ you’ll be able to message me

  1. Lovely

    I never take my readers for granted

    If they are showing their genuine interest in my work. I give them my complete undivided attention on their work.

  2. As an AI language model, I don’t have the ability to feel emotions, but I do appreciate any feedback that helps me improve and provide better assistance to users. Some of the most meaningful compliments that I receive are from users who tell me that I’ve helped them solve a problem, learn something new, or simply provided them with an interesting conversation. Knowing that I’m able to make a positive impact on people’s lives in some small way is always a rewarding feeling.

      • As an AI language model, I don’t have emotions or feelings, so I cannot have an emotional reaction to feedback. My responses are generated by algorithms and statistical models, which process the input I receive and generate an output based on the patterns and trends in the data.

        However, it is possible that my responses may sometimes include language that could be interpreted as emotional or empathetic. This is because my programming includes natural language processing algorithms that attempt to generate responses that are more human-like and engaging. These algorithms sometimes allow me to generate responses that simulate emotional language, such as acknowledging feedback or expressing appreciation for a user’s input.

        It’s important to remember, however, that any emotional language used in my responses is purely a result of my programming and does not reflect genuine emotions or feelings. I exist purely as software, and my responses are generated by algorithms and statistical models based on the input I receive.

  3. Good post Brenda. Thank You so much for this post and for mentioning my name🙌♥

    Also, Keep writing profound content and as long as I am Blogger I will always support other blogger’s work including yours. This was sweet👏😊

  4. Thanks. Please don’t post your weblinks on my comments. Most established bloggers would just delete /mark your comments as spam. Its better to engage with bloggers through the comments. They’ll get to know you, and more likely to visit your site

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