Do you say, “Please,” “Thank you,” “I’m sorry” and “I love you,” when you should?
Yes, I do.Not only because I should but because it's the right thing to do. Why suppress it when you mean it? Better say it now while time still permits us to.
Absolutely. I try very hard to acknowledge what people are doing or trying to say. I'm sure I miss an opportunity or two, but I try very hard to be kind because 1) it is the right thing to do, and 2) I enjoy it when people are kind to me.
I sure hope I do. If not then I guess I'll need to watch my tongue.
Yes to all first three, "I love You", maybe not that much.
Well, i dont use i love you very often, however i say my sorry almost as it it is a catch phrase!
Yes i do! Well, I try.. It feels good to have it reciprocated.
yes i do say please ,thank you, I'm sorry. I think this is good habit to say these words.
I say it easily, I believe I am as a human being, I worth nothing alone, I do mistakes, & I need love.
Thank you for the question, which remind us to take care to tell these nice words.
Yes, I do because I feel good if I or other people use these words
For once I am going to not be snide or crack a joke.
I firmly belive in saying each and ervery one of those every chance I get. Mostly because it's the polite thing to do, but it never hurts to tell someone you love them because you never know when your last moment with that person will be.
Yes, i very important. these are the most important little words one should say always.
Yes of course I do, and its the way to live - to acknowledge someone you believe.
By the way, I feel I say sorry and thanks a bit more than other people
I always say those three when needed but, also when maybe some one does not expect it like the, I Love You.
Yes yes yes and yes. I tend to say "sorry" a lot though.. like someone bumps into me, I will automatically say "Oh I'm sorry" without thinking. Thank you and please are just normal things to say but sometimes I overdo "thank you" .. I tend to say "thank you sooo much!!" people probably think I didn't mean it but I really did. " I love you," I say when I mean it. I say "I love you" to my kids all the time, and to my brother and sisters. I still say :I love you" to my parents even if they're no longer with us. And when I'm in love.. omg I just have to say "I love you" or else I'll explode... being in love is overwhelming and saying "I love you" is like an outlet of my emotion. Thank you for asking.
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