Am I the only one who has difficulty accepting thanks from someone? They'll say "Thank you" and I'll respond "No problem" or "No Sweat" or "Anytime" or something other than saying "You're Welcome." It's almost as if I'm afraid to admit I did something for someone and that my actions had an impact on them. It's also as if I don't attach value to that thing that I may have done. If someone is willing to thank me for something, I should be able to accept their thanks. It's easy to give thanks, it's hard to accept it. Maybe the reason it's hard is because I've been taught to say and give thanks, I've never been taught how to receive it. I guess it's like most things on this journey, I have to learn before can master. I feel like I am thankful for so much, I appreciate what I have and I'm grateful for those blessings that are upon me, now I have to learn to be gracious.