What is the nicest thing to say to someone?


Leigh Newman states on the Oprah website that one of the nicest things you can say to someone is "Take your time. I'm not in a rush." The statement is in contrast to the hectic American society.

Telling someone to take their time and that you are not in a rush will bring on surprise and then relief and gratitude in a location like the grocery store, where an elderly person might become stressed as they fumble with their wallet and others impatiently wait behind them.

"You have just given somebody a three-minute holiday," Newman goes on to say, "not from the stress of life, but from the stress we put on ourselves."

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