Self- Criticism

19 Feb


Self-criticism is a unique aspect of criticism in that the individual engages in a dialogue both as giver and receiver. Almost anything can spark this internal dialogue and no words, it seems, are too harsh. As the giver, you know everything there is to know about the receiver and can really pack a punch — until you catch yourself and stop to think: “If you had a friend who talked to you the way you talk to yourself, would you keep him as your friend?” Probably not.

Stay tuned for the types of self- criticism!


2 Responses to “Self- Criticism”

  1. Richie February 19, 2013 at 5:45 pm #

    As a radio presenter one of things I’m most encouraged to do is accept that I will be my own worst critic when listening back to audio, but its by doing this that I will improve my skills the most.

    • drdebbright February 22, 2013 at 1:38 pm #

      Hi Richie,
      Thank you for your comment! It’s been my experience that we are our own worst critic- especially when in the role of having to listen to ourselves.

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