Most compliments are results-oriented. When I was in the fourth grade of elementary school, I had the experience of being sad because of being praised. The night before the Mid-Autumn Festival ancestor worship, we went to the uncle's house early. When we were playing with our cousin, the aunt told us to buy some materials for the Mid-Autumn Festival food, so I went to the store with my cousin. My cousin said that I was young and asked me to carry a bag full of ingredients. For me in elementary school, the bag is very heavy. My cousin is taller and stronger than me, and must be stronger than me, but I think as a younger brother, I should carry it.
The closer you get to the uncle's house, the heavier the bag, but the thought of waiting to hear the aunt's praise makes me feel good. The aunt at that time was an elder who did not hesitate to give praise, and the praise of the aunt always industry email list gave me a lot of positive energy. But when he was about to walk to his uncle's house, his cousin suddenly said, "Hyun-sik! It's very heavy, right? Bring it to me!" My cousin's sudden caring attitude made me confused, because according to my cousin's personality, I would not be kind and caring to others. Although he is very funny, he also loves to tease his younger siblings.
When my cousin said I wanted to carry the bag, I gave it to him without thinking much. After all, my cousin took the initiative to mention it. At that time, I was too young to see my cousin's trick right away. I just felt that the bag of ingredients was heavy, and I was very grateful to my cousin for being willing to help. When my cousin took the bag and walked home, he handed it to his aunt, but he didn't expect the aunt to praise the cousin who came home with such a heavy bag: "You came back with such a heavy bag. You've worked hard! You really