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Strategies for Coping With Criticism in a Positive Way

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There was a time when other people’s criticism really stung me. It brought all my insecurities to the surface. Other people’s opinions of me would cause me to question myself. I would experience profound remorse and regret. I would shame myself. I would isolate myself to avoid any further conflict. I would make myself small. I would give my power away.

The fact is, we all face criticism in our lives. There really is no way to completely avoid it. How can we deal with the criticism we receive? How can we respond? Here are some tips and strategies for coping with and moving forward from criticism.

Criticism is an opinion.

Opinions can be right, or they can be wrong. Don’t take them to be gospel truth. Criticism is only that person’s opinion of you. One person’s opinion of you does not need to become your opinion of you.

We are all stuck in our own perspectives.

You see and understand with your perspective. They see and understand with theirs. They may not see or understand what you were trying to say or do. They may have missed the point entirely. No one can see into your heart and mind. No one can know your intention unless you tell them. A lot of disagreements are born from misunderstandings. Communication is key.

You never know someone’s circumstance.

Maybe, that person is having a really crappy day. Maybe, what you said or did triggered them. Maybe, their reaction came from their own pain. Maybe, when they are lashing out at you, they are acting out their pain. Sometimes people misdirect their hurt and anger. The point is, you just don’t know what a person is going through. It’s better to be compassionate than reactive. You can still give a response, if you choose, but you could make it a compassionate one.


Two wrongs don’t make a right.

Your first instinct may be to cut the person giving you criticism down to size. I mean, after all, isn’t that what they just tried to do to you? But consider how much you just disliked what they said. Now, consider how much you would dislike yourself for acting in the exact same way. Don’t become what you hate.

Why are you emotionally attached?

If you feel defensive, get angry, offended, or disappointed by their criticism, stop and ask yourself why. Why are you emotionally attached to this? Is there an issue you may need to address? Do you need to engage in some self-care? Do you have a wound that needs healing? We have a choice as to what we emotionally attach ourselves to. We can hear someone’s opinion objectively. We can look at it for what it is without emotionally investing ourselves. This can save us a lot of trouble.

Know your intention.

Mindfulness matters. If you act with intent, no one can take that away from you. Even if the outcome is a complete disaster. We live, and we learn. We can apply new learning for the next time. We can’t undo what is done. If we did something with a good heart and with good intention, then obviously we did not intent to do anything harmful. By being mindful and remembering our intention, we can find peace and move forward.

You do not need to defend or explain yourself.

Recognize that you do not need to defend every action or every word. Ask yourself if it is worthwhile to spend your time and energy explaining yourself. Sometimes, people are very good at wasting other people’s time, either inadvertently, or intentionally. Not everything warrants an explanation. Not every relationship is worth fighting for. Sometimes we try too hard to hang on to people we will possibly never get along with. Ask yourself what you are investing your time and energy into. Is it productive, and does it serve you?

Don’t feed the negativity.

A good rule of thumb is to not respond to negativity with negativity. A person may have intended their criticism to be constructive. They may have had good intentions. They may be talking from ego. Or, they may actually have had ill intent. In any case, how you respond matters. Be the example. Rise above any negativity. You can be supportive and respectful to people you disagree with. Sometimes, we may disagree with someone but change our minds later. We are all learning, growing, and changing. It’s better to react positively than with negativity. Adding to the negativity doesn’t do anything to solve any problems. 


Engage in self-care.

Don’t neglect yourself. Take time for yourself. Look after your well-being. Find and keep your inner peace. When you look after yourself you won’t feel as needy. When you carry around inner peace you will feel less volatile. Both can make you less reactive to what happens outside of you. Make yourself a priority in your life. Remember, you are the one person you will have to live with for the rest of your life. Invest into that relationship. Love yourself.

Find Self-forgiveness.

There will be times when you muck up, when you make mistakes. It happens. It happens to everyone. Are you going to cut yourself up for it? Are you going to beat yourself up over it? Or, will you take the lesson and move on. Forgive yourself and let go. Don’t allow regret to anchor you in the past. Stay present in the moment, because here is where you have influence.

Have patience.

Sometimes, someone gives you criticism about something you are struggling with. You may feel a bit exasperated about having it pointed out to you. Recognize that change takes time. Be patient with yourself. Keep investing in yourself and your self-development. No one is perfect. We are all a work in progress. Be easy on yourself. Allow yourself some grace. Be patient with yourself.

Find self-acceptance.

It’s important to accept and love yourself fully as you are. Don’t just accept parts of yourself you like. Love all of you. Discard the ideal and impossible standard of perfection. You can love and accept yourself and still work on yourself. The love and acceptance you have for yourself is not conditional on your performance. By loving and accepting ourselves, we can empower ourselves. Empowerment can allow us to overcome and achieve so much!

Do you have any tips or strategies to share which can help us to best move forward from criticism?

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Akiroq Brost

Akiroq is a Human Potential Inspirational writer, who has a passion for helping others explore and harness the extraordinary potential that lies within each and every one of us.

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Sue Smith
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We don’t have to answer to other people, so their opinions are not really that important after all. It’s good to learn from criticism if we can, but ultimately finding what is best for ourselves is a very personal matter.

Margo
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Now, that’s what I’m trying to say, only it took me a much more long-winded comment!! You said it…. short & to the point. It took me a whole page to say a similar thing! That’s a gift you’ve got there!

PRABHAKAR RAJARAPU
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PRABHAKAR RAJARAPU

GOOD ARTICLE

baranija1
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baranija1

and if it s your Mother who is the person doing all the criticism , since you can remember ….??? not so easy to deal with

Angeliki Anastasia
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Yeeeeesssssss I totally agree!! Maybe it is even your boss or a very established, rich person who has everything they want!!! They like playing games and degrading middle class or poor people, or not sooo intelligent human beings, just so they can have some fun!!! Of course there are very rich Peopke who offer unconditional Love ❤️ just like King Bryant and Queen Jenni and many, many others!!! ❤️💕♥️

Angeliki Anastasia
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I am sorry!!! I was soooo emotional writing ✍️ this comment that I didn’t notice my spelling mistakes! Please forgive my soooo many spelling errors! 🙏🙏🙏

Heather Dozier
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Heather Dozier

A way to have more understanding, but in no way I’m I making an excuse for her treatment forward you, but what she put you through may stem from a childhood of abuse . It could be her just handing down the way she’s been taught you treat children, she may think it normal, it was abnormal & is now probally something that makes her very uncomfortable words of love, approval, positive things, she never heard those things in her childhood, if this holds any truth to her life, it’s really sad & how they feel about themselves isn’t loving in nature, very negitive,thoughts on how they feel about themselves. I hope this to be of some help, I’m praying you are healed from any trauma past abuse done directed forwards you, anything you feel about yourself that’s lies & of negative attitudes you hold about who you are, your identity & how you define who you are what is true & what’s been put in your mind by other voices not of your own, a 0defination of self that came from those. We love & trust, thinking their more valid, & to be good a restful source, I ask God to break these lies meant for your harm, to break all power, & effect it’s had on your perspective of what God thinks about you, he see u of Great worth value, & has plans to give you a future & hope! Thank Our faithful Lord who loves giving his children what they need, & he loves when we ask him. Blessings run you down!

Denise
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Denise

It was so hard to move on after my separation with my x husband and then I realized… I needed to love myself enough to find love and be happy again. I went into depression because he used to mentally abuse me 😕 & now I’m as happy as can be and I’m still learning to not take people’s options to heart 🤨 some are right and some wrong. Some like to judge out of jealousy or for what every the reason .. I’m happy of who I am and believe I can accomplish what ever I put my mind to 🌸 #posivevibestoall

Beatrice Hernandez
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I enjoyed reading your thoughtful article.
Sadly there are times when the person criticizes us because they have a valid point and reason.
It is hard not to defend oneself from the direct and actual well deserved criticism.
When you have made a mistake there is no real explanation to excuse oneself.
It took me awhile to get over the hurtful
words. It actually has made me feel incredibly
guilty and sad that because of my not being more careful another is paying for my financial error.
My Sister is very supportive and yet the one person who I need the most approval from no longer trusts me…
Sadly one does understand the error could have been avoided if one could have asked for help before the problem occurred.
Looking back ..yes if I had been more clear minded these dishonest people would not have stolen what little I had ..
The money I lost cannot be replaced..
The money that was taken from my creditors must be replaced.
Sadly I have lost the respect and credibility that I deserved from being a parent.
Due to the nature of how embarrassing the scam was perpetrated I have been forced to understand you can no longer trust anyone.
Thank you for your words of encouragement..
Hopefully no one else will be victimized by these evil people.

Margo
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Well, this is a good topic. I’m the master of criticisms. I’ve been getting it all my life. I wasn’t always prepared for it, or able to get over it, until I got older. It depends who is criticising me. If its a person whom I respect their opinion, constructive criticism, I’m able to work on that, if I think they’re right. If it’s anyone else, I consider what they’ve said, and just dismiss it. It depends on who it is and what it’s about, it also depends on the manner in which it’s delivered. I’m a bit rebellious so I tend to say that their opinion of me doesn’t matter. I often wonder what they see in the mirror, and what would give them the right to criticise me. I like to try and work on self-improvement, but some people are just hurtful and jealous, or opinionated bullies, so they can take their criticisms and stick them where the son don’t shine. Or, if I feel like justifying myself to a critic, I would put them right. I may ask for advice or suggestions, or think about a criticism. But it really comes down to who, why and in what context or scenario. No one is perfect. I don’t criticise them back now, that’s childish. I just ignore them and continue to do what I’ve always done, unless I see their point, or it’s in a learning environment etc. No one really likes to get criticised unless it’s beneficial to them and from someone they respect enough to provide it. Otherwise it’s hard to accept at first. Maybe I’m on the wrong track, but I also reckon I’m my own best critic. I’m pretty hard on myself without other people sticking their oar in.

Aleen
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Aleen

Be your self..smile eventhough it hurts..listen to the person who criticise you bcoz sometimes. They were reffering to themselves…some people will criticise you deep wthin your soul,.hurt right..but dah..cry if you want but remember you need to stand up again and face them with a brave heart.not bcoz your crying your a loser.coz at the end of the day no one can help you but your self only..oh my own mom criticize me any..but, duh i just smile infront of her.and said thank you for your word mother. (Im sori for my writng coz im not good in expressing.)

Angeliki Anastasia
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I thank God everyday for King 👑 Bryant and Queen Jenni for Always showing the whole world that we are special and unique!!!🙏🙏🙏🏆🏆🏆🌹♥️❤️♥️

Jehochebed Gallo
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Jehochebed Gallo

Don’t fight with him, her, them. It’s not worth it. Avoid their company. They are not really your friends.Continue to do what God has called you to do.

Tanya Kolopenuk
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I have a hard time dealing with criticism, as I am getting better with it. I have always been criticised all my life negatively, so my back was always up when someone would try and give me positive criticism.

Angeliki Anastasia
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The fact is that we live in a world where we have kind, considerate, loving people but then again we have the evil magic! The dark Wizards and the deceiving witches! I had to quit many jobs because the Criticism was unbearable! Of course it’s not only people who have Power that criticize! There are middle class people and poor people that can be very mean Also!!! I am very sorry but I Always reply in a mean way because my primitive brain 🧠 is out of control!!! Of course being out of control only defeats my health status!!! The best solution is to avoid! I Always try to remember to remain calm and collective, only to find myself repeating the same mustakes!!! May the Lord forgive me!!!🙏🙏🙏

Diane Greve
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I have had to deal with a lot of criticsim in my life through the years, its been really hard at times so tend to think very poorly of myself.. Now I am a widow and things are so different, even though people used to jump on me for things I still miss them very much today since they have passed away because I feel I can never talk things out with them and never resolve these issues.. I am probably not making any sense…

Cheryl
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This article would come today as I just dealt with some criticism from my autistic child’s physician. And I was not offensive because I understand my circumstances better than anyone. I have improved my listening skills over the pasts 10 years. I realized that my stalker had contacted with my child’s physician. I continued to listen and I simply broke down what my day to day activities and care that I render to my Adult child with Autism consists of. And the physician and the student intern were both in amazement. And I did listen to the advice rendered to perhaps move to another area to locate a successful day program for my child. And also to reach out to support groups in my area or start a support group to not live as isolated socially . That was constructive criticism and I received it.
I have received a great deal of criticism towards my personal life within the last 2 yrs . Some I take heed and others I don’t. I can tell if it criticism to aid my growth as opposed to hinder my growth. Perfect example I was asked recently why am I living celibate in the prime of my life? And it’s pretty old to keep having to defend something so personal. And I know longer feel it necessary to try to convince others of my reasoning and desire for emotional wholeness. And frankly I want more for myself. Thank you for reading.

evelyn soneja trimidal
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evelyn soneja trimidal

i am still being criticized for whatever i have done or haven’t done…it still affects me a bit of course, but i don’t listen anymore…i already know what i want, so i just let it pass

Skattosan
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Skattosan

I found that it is better to critically think about what is being said to you, rather than taking as something that is being said, “At” you. There is something to be seen within all things. Even if just for confirmation of a thing that simply just, “Is.”

Kelli Wallen
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This has always been internally stinging for me. I do not like to criticise anyone, nor do I like to be criticized. Now constructive criticism is a good thing if it is done with purity and honesty. If I’m doing a job for somebody and there is something I am doing wrong, by all means, let me know so I can correct the issue and do it correctly going forward. But Mean hurtful spiteful criticism, you can keep that. I am in agreement with Susan Smith, we do not have to answer to other people and if it is something done to be hurtful, they can keep their opinions to themselves, or we can choose to ignore their ignorance.

Diane Greve
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Amen..

Gail Liming
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Gail Liming

A great article, too bad I’m so tired to read it more in-depth. Tomorrow would like to comment on this more when feeling rested. From what I did read though you were right on the mark with the information you shared. Think before speaking goes along way in communicating with others, people that are looking for an invite to criticize another are the ones who are insecure with themselves and yes, sometimes a simple remark is turned around to mean something other, which has happened to me before. So therefore, to justify oneself sometimes is needed, other times I suppose its alright to say, you missed the point completely of what was meant.

Ruth
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Ruth

Good advice in this article, I usually dont respond to criticism especially if is shouted out at me, I will often say that’s your opinion, if it embarrasses me. I dont like to fight, and I have to take time to try to figure out their objective in being openly aggressive or harsh in a work place. I always try to see their side and then I look at what they are reacting to, if I am at fault I apologize.

Kara
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I just shared this it’s Informative.

Thank you for sharing this.

JayJay
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JayJay

Kudoes, a well written, beautiful piece.

Robina fazal
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Nice..inspiring article..sweet.. Akiroq Brost 💖💐The strategies to cope up ,critisisùm in positive better ways..I do acknowledge your wisdom and tboughts as they are always worthful and realistic..Yes to live a healthy,Stable positive and happy life with vigour,zeal enthusiasùm and energy and capacity to do a lot works we should be a person capable to resist our emotions and thoughts..critiçisum is a natural human notion or you can say instinct more in some people because of their own nature or psychic problem that they use to criticise a lot at others even if the object has not anything wrong or there is not an issue to criticise the person ,the individual..it makes the accused or the object problemised and suffer a lot..it effects on their psychic energy ,mind self respect,ego,emotions their whole mind and body metabolisum suffers and if the individual responses also negatively their the real negative drama start..they argue..they tussle.. they hate..they disrespect..they don’t respect each other.. they started to avoid each other..this cŕeats a negative feeling of emotions..irritating behaviours…starts that carry on..So a person who is in his,her senses and who is peace loving..and want the atmosphere that possesses love..and harmony..will have positive behaviours and emotions to deal such nasty trouble shooting people..by resistance and cool behaviour ..good language..good words.. good attitudes to tackle those people who only want to upset them..to have fun ..to relax themselves or want they are always right..one should avoid them..by tactics by positive uplifting attitudes..by not responding them..don’t argue with..don’t let them clear you are right.be cool,relax and calm…don’t çreat a situation where both are miserable and the uñresolving drama starts on regular basis..Be polite ..be humble..be friendly ..be loving..be your own points..but don’t let others agree to you..they will not..wht ever their reason or problem..if you want your life peaceful.. happy..on a good positive track..you have to love yourself more..take care of yourself more..don’t take them serious..don’t argue..let them fall to their own….let them suffer their own panics…you may have your full resistance..capacity …and courage to make your life healthy..happy .energetic…lively ..and purposeful to live a life of your passions .to full fill your desires and goals.in this way your life is stable and fruitful for you further on..and you can benefit others a lot with your love..positive energies..capabilities..and can make this world a better place to live…with peace..love and compassion…💖👍Amen

Diane Greve
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Robina, I think what you are telling is very wise way to respond.. Don’t argue with people with some of the crazy things people throw at you.. We need to control how we respond to them and not let them ruin our day.. Its so easy to say now if I could just do that.. Thank you..

Kenny morris
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Kenny morris

So many people let other’s criticism affect thier daily.use the criticism to strengthen ones inner self for you know what you are capable of doing.treat other’s how you want to be treated,laughter is good for the soul. laughing at criticism instead of anger will show the critic their words are meaningless to you,for they are trying to anger you or make you feel useless.

Gloria
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Gloria

It’s hard when criticism comes from someone who is in a position with more authority than you have so it’s their way or the highway. Instead of thanks for all you do and i’ll Think about what you said .

Vasudevan Bhattathir
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criticism is a thing which we have to face in life this can be positive or negative act it all this depends on factors such as ] who is criticizing, the intention behind it , how we are taking it etc even a criticism is an opinion we may consider the same as we may be wrong sometimes it should be taken into consideration and do it as we think correct
this is a good article which opens our mind . thank you

Rahima
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Rahima

Thank you for the good article.

Tiffany Newsome
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Tiffany Newsome

I firmly believe and agree with this article wholeheartedly. A wonderful read indeed!!!

Heather Dozier
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Heather Dozier

I needed this in the place I am, not having much of any kind of support I found this to be God’s conformation to my prayers & how I should feel about a choice I made to end a realtionship, that was toxic & unhealthy, ppl do not understand power that are in their words, words can cut the spirit in half, they can be used to speak life over people & belive or not death. People can curse other people, not knowing it’s a tool of witchcraft. In God’s eyes words are very important, & if the words we use doesnt, build up, speak healing in their life, blessings, give them word that tell them how God views them, special, wonderful, awesome, & yes sometime we need to let people know that thief behaviors are not good & change needs to happen. If people can’t live understanding we all have boundaries & if we don’t we need to get some, boundaries are their to teach people that we desire respect, & need this to have healthy realtionships, if we allow certain treatments they havegave to us over & over, & WE live with it & they have know consequences for the treatment they give us, *& confusing us by telling us they love us, it’s In their actionshow they respect us, value us talk to us with words that are edifying us, instead. Of tearing us down with words you think comes from no other source but hate, & rage. This relationship is not healthy, isn’t in God’s eye’s a marriage or relationship he wants for us, toxic anger people damage us, & in a lot of cases, where they stay for long periods, they start acting out what’s been projected onto them. If children see this kind of treatment on the opposite sex that see them as not any value, worth, gifts, there life to them is of no importance, they think is normal & everyone relationships are like this. I have always sticks & stones will brake the bones but words will never hurt me, so very untrue & children need to know the power our words have on others, yea some things that are not so traumatizing to hear, that can be easily look at as these things will not define me, but there some words much more cable of damage that can cause years for heAling from their effects on their minds, hearts, & spirit. I was told that a child who has heard a negitive, critical, thing. It takes ten words that are positive to correct the one negitive. I member having words like said to me, they go thru your mind over & over, effecting how you perceive yourself even if the words hold no truth, it’s how we hear them then they take root& we begin to see ourself, or question if we are what they say. I hope this helps someone, I know I get carried away, if some is wondering where in the bible it talks of our words & their power, it’s In the book of proverbs18:21 blessings overtake you, joy pour from you, peace that could only come from God above. I pray you have this all the days of your life! Thanks for writing. The article, the truth it holds for are well bieng, & happiness !

Suzan Muhialdeen
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Suzan Muhialdeen

Awesome article and very useful.
Life learned me that when I get criticism I stay calm , don’t react immediately and think about it ,if I noticed that it is truth advice and honest I accept it,specially if I trust the advicer and know that she or he has good intentions and honest it considers as constructive criticism and for my benefits, but sometimes some people just like to criticise us without giving convincing truthful reasons in this case we could just ignore it and don’t affect negatively by it ,specially if this person is well-known as a lier or envious person, still their is a positive side from negative criticism it means that your are working , or doing something noticabl or you are special person , attractive ,…. etc,
because usually people will not criticise someone do nothing or not noticabl in this world,and like the quote said (fruity tree thrown with stones) 🌹☘🌹

Lalie Nieto
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So much great advice in here. I will keep a copy for myself. It’s true that we shouldn’t own the opinion of others and a wrong cannot be corrected by another wrong. Proper communication not retaliation is the solution like confirming
With the other person the meaning of what was said. It’s just sad that comments are misunderstood or taken out of context which results to a nonsense exchange of hurtful words leaving people wounded. Also, proper self care is really important as you said otherwise the glow of your candle will be blown away. Thank you for sharing Akiroq, Bryant and Jenni😊🦋

Btw I have a separate message for you Bryant and Jenni.💕

Usman
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Usman

Thats my strategy right there
Have patience,
Everything else will come along

Thomas Sutherland
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Thomas Sutherland

Positive critism has always been a teacher to me. I have always looked to older people for the right or wrong way to do things. I do not take their way as gospel until I find out how it worked for them. Negitive critism is never dealing with you. It deals with the person that is giving it to you. Nothing to worry about. Thanks for the reminder.

Darlene Rese
Member

Very good article, Akiroq! Criticism is not always easy to accept. You provided some very helpful tips.Thank you for contributing this information.

Margo
Member

Anyway, how do we know they/critics are right and we are wrong? It’s only their so-called “opinion”, which can be very subjective. How do we know they are telling us the truth?! They might just be criticising for the sake of it. That’s not very good! Or productive.

Julia Hardy
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Julia Hardy

Wonderful article Akiroq, it fully explores all the ways we can use criticism to help us grow, and connect more fully with our self.
Thank you.

Tejal
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Thank you so much I really needed this .Was going through some really tough times. Thank you once again.

virginia
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Ms. Virginia

Zarine
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Zarine

I liked the article immensely.I found it interesting and useful.Thank you.I think this kind of articles are always actual and they matter. They help us to grow, to develop our personality. THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN.

Donna LiAne
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Donna LiAne

I think the best example of this in my life would’ve been years ago when I was in beauty school the director used to nitpick everything I did she was so critical of my work and it seemed as though she was singling me out to pick on … One day I was having a particularly bad person all day and she started in on me and it was just too much to take at the time so I tossed my comb on the counter and started walking to the time clock telling her I was done I was leaving I was sick of this and so on … as I went to clocked out to leave she snatched my punchcard from my hand and told me to go to the office we had some words and then she softened her town and said Donna please come to the office I need to talk to you… We sat down and before she could speak I launched into telling her how I was just done with her picking on me I was confused at the fact that her attention seem to be focused intently on what I did when there was 70-80 other students that she needed to be tending to … when I was done with my rant she had a smile on her face which confused the living daylights out of me and I just sat there looking at her like what is your deal lady… and then she said “I want you to take a moment and reflect on your words you don’t understand why it seems that I have singled you out and thinking about it I can understand how you might see it that way because I’m not the softest person when it comes to delivery of information you pointed out that there are 70-80 other students that I could be focusing my attention on but what you’re missing is that I have chosen to focus my attention on you and the reason for that is you have more natural talent in your pinky finger than they have in their entire bodies and it’s very rare to find somebody so talented yet so unaware of the gift that they have to share with other people I want to make sure that I give you every possible resource to hone your skills because you have the potential to go far in this industry if you choose … 50% or more of the student standing in this building today will not make it 3 to 5 years in the industry because they don’t have what it takes” … we talked a little while longer and I went back to my station but those words have carried me far in life I’ve been 30 years behind the chair and I absolutely love what I do I have owned salons and put smiles on thousands of faces sharing my natural talent and gift .. sometimes what appears to be negative criticism can in actuality be positive…

Nudrat
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Nudrat

Very well explained . 👍

BennieBrunel
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BennieBrunel

I went to prison. For shooting a man breaking into my house.When i got out i nearly lost all my friends n family disowning me.All the time I was in I went to church. I went to church when I got out only praying one day they would realize that God forgave me and he is my judge.Eventually some of them has. I thank them. I still prayfor the others who judge me still.O thank you God almighty for forgiveness that we all have. God almighty thank you for giving your sons life Jesus so humans can beforgiving in the name Jesus Amen
Sincerely,Bennie Brunell

Linda Smith
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Criticism is a difficult problem. One against the other! Not a good situation. It seems like a sign to steer clear.Whatever, just do not allow others to make you feel as they do…ever! You should not take on these opinions, for your own good! Some often feel they can simply do such things that you had no idea about! Do not stoop to become the same way! Disaster, for sure! Live life as a person with great intent, and do not succumb to become the same. Do not ever live with you hate! Rather, live your life as a person with smart intent and do not become a person entrapped. . Rise above it all. Ergo, love yourself. Thank you for a tremendous article!

Linda Smith

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Paulina C. Bagunas

I had a lot of criticisms received this month. But I never mind what they are saying. I kept myself calm and ignored the criticisms. I know to myself the truth and I never do in my life such unpleasant behaviors. I didn’t give any explanations because it seems they just want me to fight back. But I’m sorry as long as not degrading my moral and reputation and my family, it is not on my behavior to quarrel with them. There are lots of people who are excellent breaking others reputations. They need to read this article. It is just a matter of insecurities within their self. God bless.

Shweta
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Never give up.keep smiling and do activities that are possible.

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