How do you handle criticism.

@jricky1 (6809)
China
March 1, 2013 8:04pm CST
We need to learn to accept other people's advice.Some are happy to learn change better oneself while some not.So how do you think of this? Are you that kind of person?Thanks so much for share and have a good day.
4 responses
@roshigo58 (4871)
• Pune, India
2 Mar 13
ho, No one likes criticism. Some people criticize us because they are jealous. But it is not always so. Some people show us the negative side of the thing and we should accept it and try to improve us. It is said that the critics house should be near to our house. Sometimes we get good advice from the critics.
@jricky1 (6809)
• China
2 Mar 13
It's good for one person to take some constructive advice and we are lucky to realize that.Really thanks for share yours and hopeful have a good day,friend.
@SIMPLYD (75326)
• Philippines
2 Mar 13
It depends on the criticism being thrown at me , jricky. If it seemed that it's just to discredit me when in fact, i am doing okay, then definitely i would feel bad about it and point it out to you. But, if the criticism is a constructive one, i would gladly take it and do what i have to do to improve.
@jricky1 (6809)
• China
2 Mar 13
I'm with you and totally think the same,everything has pros and cons,we have to figure out whether something is good for us.Hopefully thus we can be better person.lol,anyway,really thanks for tell.
@Raine38 (9050)
• United States
2 Mar 13
I think it depends on who is giving me the criticisms. I can sense if the person is being objectively critical or if she is being mean or nasty. If the person is criticizing me or my work and I can sense that she just wants me to turn in a better one, I will definitely be all ears and make sure to do better next time. I will take it with the intention of improving myself. If I can sense that she is doing it out of spite or envy, then I don;t have to hear about it. I will remove myself from her presence, or ask her to leave mine as the case may be. Also, if the person criticizing me is more knowledgeable than I am or is someone who is an expert in what she is talking about then I am all ears. I will not take it personally. But if that person doesn't really know a thing or two about what she's talking about, I will just stop listening to her. I will not engage in any verbal spar, as it is not worth my while to give in to someone talking about something that they don't even know.
@jricky1 (6809)
• China
2 Mar 13
I'm with you,it depends on who is giving the advice.But i still love to hear genuine advice and to think as my perspective.Anyway,good attitude helps us tun in better person.Thanks for responding here and good luck to you,friend.
@yahnee (1250)
• Philippines
2 Mar 13
Initially, I feel bad about criticism but later on after thinking things thoroughly, I often find that it makes me a better person. However, this depends upon the kind of criticism if it is constructive or damaging. Many people are good at providing criticisms without considering their own selves whether they also need to change. There are also instances when criticisms make me feel awful. I tend to think it over and over if I have a really done an awful mess of my life. It can disturbing to one's peace of mind.
@jricky1 (6809)
• China
2 Mar 13
I can understand that we don't feel good to be criticised but having a good attitude can solve it.Don't take it personally and i think it would fine.Well different people got different views and hope you have nice day.