The three verbs have different meanings. You should use the one you mean. ‘Like’ is a preference, and rather weak. ‘Enjoy’ suggests doing things which make you happy. ‘Thrive’ means doing well, succeeding.
The tense is wrong for ‘thrive’ though. ‘Thriving’ is something observable. So you have to say
He’s thriving in Sweden. (He’s succeeding - e.g. financially, emotionally etc.)