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C is for critical…

04 Apr

It’s very hard sometimes to be criticized by others. Some people will look at something you’ve done and offer negative feedback in a very cruel way.  I think that we’ve become a society that consistently disregards the feelings of others to make sure ones opinion is heard. 
When I read a book or watch a movie that I don’t particularly like I don’t jump online and leave a negative review. Someone once told me that if you can’t give at least a three star review don’t leave one and I’ve lived by that.

I’ve read reviews from some people that are horrifying and in my opinion unnecessary. People like reviews of their work but being rude and mean doesn’t help anyone. A review should be about the product but it shouldn’t attack someone personally. If we talk to people in an informative way the criticism will be accepted and learning will occur.

It’s important to remember that no matter what we do in life people are going to be critical. It’s imperative that despite what people say you believe in yourself and never let anyone’s opinion of you weigh more than your belief in yourself…

 

 

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