I’d die on this hill. It’s not a contractual relationship. Of course,, gratitude is great: I’m grateful to my mom – but it’s not a case of “owing her” or a duty or obligation. I appreciate genuinely. BUT if it was “demanded of me”? That would take it away completely. I’d never ask someone to be obliged to be grateful to me for something they didn’t ask for that I gave them.

I’d die on this hill. It’s not a contractual relationship. Of course,, gratitude is great: I’m grateful to my mom – but it’s not a case of “owing her” or a duty or obligation. I appreciate genuinely. BUT if it was “demanded of me”? That would take it away completely.

I’d never ask someone to be obliged to be grateful to me for something they didn’t ask for that I gave them.

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