Results for - *Snaps*

1,433 voters participated in this survey

While writing this survey, I read that the Chihuahua "Bruiser Woods" that was in both Legally Blondes with Reese Witherspoon passed away on 3.11.2016. RIP little one.

If you are familiar with Legally Blonde II, Elle Woods while interning in Washington D.C., suggests that to work through an argument you write down positive affirmations about the other person and read it to them then snap your fingers while saying,

1. If you are familiar with Legally Blonde II, Elle Woods while interning in Washington D.C., suggests that to work through an argument you write down positive affirmations about the other person and read it to them then snap your fingers while saying, "Snaps for ____ ." The point being that you offer positive feedback. If you offer or have offered positive feedback, "Snaps", who was it to?

Partner
18%
251 votes
Kids
18%
264 votes
Boss or coworker
12%
170 votes
Family
20%
291 votes
Worker at a store or restaurant
15%
208 votes
Friend
20%
291 votes
Do not remember
28%
396 votes
I have never given positive feedback
28%
401 votes
Other (please specify)
4%
58 votes
If you answered yes, why was the positive feedback given?

2. If you answered yes, why was the positive feedback given?

Job well done
28%
401 votes
Job finally finished
11%
160 votes
Apology received
9%
130 votes
Gift received was appreciated
16%
227 votes
Someone helped you
19%
271 votes
N/A
55%
786 votes
Other (please specify)
2%
26 votes
Which positive affirmations do you say?

3. Which positive affirmations do you say?

Good job
39%
554 votes
Thank you, I appreciate that (or variations of the like)
39%
563 votes
Way to go
24%
341 votes
Wow
18%
251 votes
That was helpful or kind of you
26%
376 votes
N/A
34%
494 votes
Other (please specify)
1%
20 votes
When my kids were at the YMCA daycare, the classroom teachers said that it's not always good to tell your kids,

4. When my kids were at the YMCA daycare, the classroom teachers said that it's not always good to tell your kids, "Good job" because they'll get used it and in the real world it's not realistic. Instead they suggested that, you affirm the details, for example: I like the way you used red in your drawing. Do you agree or disagree?

Agree (saying great job to everything [within reason] is not good)
38%
542 votes
Not sure
44%
625 votes
Disagree
19%
266 votes
03/13/2016 Love & Relationships 1433 15 By: ptajuggalette

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