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Constructive Criticism is Great! Here is What You Can Learn.

Constructive criticism: helping to improve; promoting further development or advancement (opposed to destructive)

Why is constructive criticism hard to hear, even when you ask for it?

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Constructive Criticism is Great! Here is What You Can Learn.

Constructive criticism: helping to improve; promoting further development or advancement (opposed to destructive)

Why is constructive criticism hard to hear, even when you ask for it?

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Focus on the Behavior, not the Motive

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None of us enjoys being reprimanded, no matter how gently it is done, but without any sort of reprimand, we won’t grow. 493 more words

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Speaking the Truth in Love Requires Love

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There is someone in my life who used to have the gentleness of a sledgehammer – she certainly spoke the truth, but she hit me over the head with it, leaving me with a splitting headache. 333 more words

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Speaking the Truth in Love Requires Truth

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I used to be a huge people pleaser. I had no sense of self-worth and believed that if anyone ever saw the “real me,” she would run from the room screaming. 465 more words

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Speaking the Truth in Love Requires Speaking

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While it might appear that I am stating the obvious, speaking the truth in love cannot happen unless we first speak. I have lost more than one close friendship without a word being spoken. 333 more words

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Speaking the Truth in Love

Paul told the Ephesians that maturity in Christ and speaking the truth in love are interconnected. He went on to say that our words should be used “for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen” ( 318 more words

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