Relationships and criticism

@hsofyan (3452)
Jakarta, Indonesia
April 11, 2009 2:01pm CST
What can you criticized? Do you keep a relationship with people who frequently criticize you? Why?
6 responses
• India
12 Apr 09
No, I can't do this thing. Even I don't like criticization at all. If someon want to give advise then it is ok otherwise I hate this type of people.
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@hsofyan (3452)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
7 Aug 09
Criticism is to improve / develop your personality. Critics can be advice.
@larish (2196)
• Philippines
12 Apr 09
Well it depends on what kind of criticisms hes giving. If its constructively given then I am open to that --it simply means that he wants me to be better but if the criticism is just a way to put me down, I think I shouldn't hang out with him anymore. You would know the difference because a constructive criticism includes both positive and negative remarks but the other one is purely negative.
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@hsofyan (3452)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
7 Aug 09
This means you must have measurements of both the criticism and build. Not a matter of like or dislike, according to you. Should give a fair assessment.
• United States
12 Apr 09
Life is to short to put up th someone being overly critical to no good end.
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@hsofyan (3452)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
7 Aug 09
Thanks for sharing...
• United States
11 Apr 09
it they are insulting me I am not sure I can remain friends. I have enough problems with my own thoughts of myself. I would most likely speak up about it. But,no I could not stay friends with someone who keeps criticizing me.
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@hsofyan (3452)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
7 Aug 09
Your personality can be increased because of criticism and introspection. Let us learn to receive criticism.
• Philippines
11 Apr 09
People always criticize. That is we cannot stop. Even my friends criticezes my other friends or even me. Well its ok with me as long as she/he doesnt make it an issue to other. Sometime i appreciate it coz i get to know what they think doesnt look good on me or doesnt fit me.
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@hsofyan (3452)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
7 Aug 09
I think we must learn to hear criticism. We can ignore the criticism, which is not good for us.
• United States
11 Apr 09
It depends on what type of criticism it is. If its someone constructively criticism me on something but also telling me the good aspects of something I did then I have to love them for it. You need friends that are able to tell you their honest opinions about something but not be downright hateful about it. Now if its a friend that is like eww I hate your shirt or god your hair looks awful today. Stuff like that I can't handle and I'm not going to keep a relationship/friendship whatever over it. There are some things that shouldn't matter and shouldn't have to be constantly talked about like that.
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@hsofyan (3452)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
7 Aug 09
That's right. It depends on what type of criticism it is. Thanks for sharing..