People and Presents

Everyone enjoys presents but the people give and receive them in various manners. The aim of each present is to bring joy to both the one who gives a present and the one ho receives it. It is important to do your best to avoid disappointment if you give a present.

  • If a person has the strong conviction that he is the best present himself that is a vivid example of the fact that even good may be excessive. The parents of such person probably used to suppose that their children is the center of the universe. That’s why as soon as such person goes through the door of the house he gets sure that his popping up is the present for all the guests. Generally the presents of such person may be rather valuable and expensive but only in the case he searches for attention of the one who receives them.
  • The ones who are not commonly pleased with what the other people give them may express their dissatisfaction either openly or implicitly. Such ones may tell a joke that would reveal their real attitude to the present received or make careless face. To reduce the risk of such situation it’ better to ask what that person would like to have. There is nothing wrong with it. Moreover the people who are rarely satisfied with the presents they get are aware of their feature and often make a list of wishes.

  • There are the people who suppose that the really important things are communication and care but not the price of a present. It may sound surprising but such people often give nice presents. They try to find out what a person likes and make him happy. They may even spend a significant sum of money to bring some joy to they people they love and value.
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