Underlying that custom is an important purpose: appreciation. We give people gifts to show them that we are grateful for them and value the role they play in our lives. Because gifts don't express appreciation, people do. And when people don't express it, neither do their gifts.
They have found that giving gifts is a surprisingly complex and important part of human interaction, helping to define relationships and strengthen bonds with family and friends. Indeed, psychologists say it is often the giver, rather than the recipient, who reaps the biggest psychological gains from a gift.
Are you one of those people who love giving a gift as much as receiving them? We're guilty of that too! Whoever said money can’t buy happiness obviously wasn’t spending their money in the right places. While constantly squandering your cash in an attempt to fill a deep-seated emotional void with more material ‘stuff’ probably isn’t the key to long-term happiness, spending money on others is a gift not only to the recipient but also to you as the person doing the giving. Engaging in acts of generosity is scientifically proven to make us happier. Think about it. What would make you happier - buying a pair of hideously expensive shoes that do nothing but give you blisters or seeing the look of surprise, elation or gratitude on someone’s face when you present them with a thoughtful gift? Would you feel better buying a whole cake and devouring it alone or sharing it with others? Based on the anecdotal evidence it would appear that sharing is in fact caring and giving gifts can make us happier. But what exactly is the science behind generosity?
Gift giving is an act that can show that you are thankful. Giving and receiving is the purest of reasons to give gifts. The receiver will truly feel your appreciation. Shop fresh flowers, chocolate, cakes and balloons gifting here! February Bloom provided all kind of gifting make life happier! Start gifting now!