How to Say “Thank You” to Different People

The word "thank you" is firmly embedded in our lives. We use it everywhere and almost automatically. You can say it even without thinking about what it really means. Many people are dissatisfied with their ability to thank others. And also, they do not like the gratitude they receive from others. This is due to the formalism and mechanical habit of saying "thank you". It has been ingrained in everyone since early childhood.

It's a phrase we've heard ourselves and our children attend. How many of us have explained to our children that thank you is not just a "thank you" to a kind uncle for a sweet, but an essential and warm word that comes from the heart? Thus, we get used to formally giving a tribute of politeness. Whether we say it to a boss, neighbor, comrade, or stranger and ignore the emptiness behind it.