Being defensive comes to us very naturally and can validate accusation. Is there a right way to take criticism? Fortunately, there are ways to overcome it.

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13 COMMENTS

  1. Feedback should always be considered but not necessarily consumed. Ok. Learning how to create those boundaries in my thinking so that I can practice considering the feedback without consuming it or letting it consume me would probably be helpful.

  2. Thank you for the feedback, is a very interesting way to look at this. You can consider an opinion without consuming or owning it! This is a very empowering video! Thank you. God bless

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