You look absolutely stunning in that dress…
More so without it…
I kid. I’m just playing…
But you really are gorgeous.
You make me appreciate the gift of sight.
Because you’re a gift.
I’m glad to be here right now.
What? No, it can’t be lust.
Can one lust after art?
Actually – it’s subjective perfection.
I’ve chosen to accept you flaws and all.
So that you seem perfect.
Because you are to me.
No. I’m complimenting you.
Comments based purely on honesty, not flattery.
With these words I try to show a glimpse of your value to me.
I believe paying loved ones compliments is essential. Not only does it let them know that you appreciate them, it gives them confidence and strengthens your relationship. The only guideline would be to be honest. It’s best to be genuine with compliments lest they be empty words and that can normally show resulting in a detrimental effect. So when it comes to compliments, sincerity is key.