Hello dear ones
Thankyou for taking your time to pass by and read my blog.
I get the chance to communicate positively to you once more,I appreciate the opportunity.
Let me use the simple defintion of,
THANKYOU-polite expression used when acknowledging a gift, service, or compliment, or accepting or refusing an offer.
To appreciate something also means to be grateful for something: I appreciated your help very much.
It is used in different contexts but what matters is,it’s a kind and positive gesture.
At #positivityalltheway we are all about positive vibes.
Many of us express gratitude by saying “thank you” to someone who has helped us or given us a gift. From a scientific perspective, however, gratitude is not just an action: it is also a positive emotion.
Gratitude shifts your focus from what your life lacks to the abundance that is already present.Personally Thanking God is the best prayer I can say.
It is never enough to say THANK YOU because the things that God has done for me are much greater but acknowledging and giving gratitude goes a long way.
When counting your blessings, be sure to give thanks for what God has done for you…and for who He is.
Taking the time to be thankful and appreciative for things you have received, tangible or intangible, makes you feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improves your health, helps you deal with adversity and builds strong relationships — all crucial traits at work,home,in friendships and relationships.

Personally friendship is the most fundamental aspect of relationships
I really value friendships
Because i believe good and actually the best relationships grow from very good friendships.
Therefore,when a friend does something for you, it is important to say thank you. This is a fundamental aspect of courtesy, but sometimes it is hard to know what to say.

It is important to remember that your friends will be happy to get your message of appreciation.
The best thing to do is to make your message match what your friend did for you. For a small favor, a short message is just fine. For a larger favor, longer messages more appropriate.
It does not necessarily mean that you must write a very long message.
Even the simple THANKYOU goes a long way.

Let’s begin with the men this time.
As ladies we feel like it should be automatic for our men to give us gifts, treat us like queens and all that ladies crave for or want in relationships.
Most times we do not get the chance to thank our men.
Men are very simple.
That THANKYOU message or gesture will make them feel a whole new level of escalation.
Just tell them you love them and you’re grateful for them, and they will be all set.

I want to thank you for all the wonderful ways you make me happy, even when you don’t realize it. Just seeing your face or hearing your voice can make my day already. Because of you, I have a permanent smile on my face.
As simple as this message looks or sounds
It has raised the bars in a way you cannot even imagine.

Of course a relationship is made up of two people.
Let’s not assume that all men do amazing stuff for their women.
Actually most men out a lot of effort when courting a lady,but once they get them,they relax a bit. (I’m not saying all men,I quote “some MEN”).
For us ladies THANKYOU expression comes out better with actions rather than just the word.Yes the word is positive but if it is accompanied with gestures it is valued more.
Words like
You are my #1Woman , and I crave your love every second. …
Your hugs, kisses, and gentle touches mean everything to me. …
You are the most amazing person in my life, and I adore and value so much. …
Sweetheart, I really appreciate everything you do to make me happy.

Okay this are just sweet ways of saying thank you.
It makes a woman feel really loved and appreciated.
As simple as it sounds,some men really find it hard to just say it.
Let’s normalize Gratitude in our relationships.

It is polite and harmless

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