How to you respond when your hubs are criticised? Does it make you feel angry, or dejected? Or does it encourage you to write better hubs? Maybe both?
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What a wise answer Officebeam.
First off, you have to drop the whole "good" thingy....,
You should have stopped at your first sentence, as criticism from a "true" friend is the most honest critique you'll ever get; voted up! LOL!
That's actually a really interesting point there. If you don't know how someone will take it, does constructive criticism lose its value?
Concrit is still concrit - if the original recipient of the mentioned concrit takes offence at polite and well-though review, it's their loss, as other people still could learn from that.
Loving that cat imagery! Thanks for the response.
This...it's just my favourite answer ever. I have not the words...
Yeah, we have enough titty-babies on this planet, as I can totally see why most people of today prefer the "fetal position," oh, how sad it truly is...
What can I say...I don't take too kindly to criticism. Now excuse me while I go and finish sucking my thumb.
@Insane Mundane thanks for caring...it means a lot.
If it doesn't involve names & titles and truly involves feelings and emotions, sure it does! :D
I must say, I love your attitude.
Your love for me should be kept to your self! Lets adulate at a later date, shall we!
You're like the Fonzy of HubPages...I love it.
Yeah, maybe so, but I still prefer the title of "Fonz."
I agree with you, I also find HP a special community.
I am proud to be on of HB members.
I just don't like the word "criticism" as the word on the surface seems to imply something negative. Therefore, most people automatically feel defense when they receive criticism. I welcome constructive feedback that will help me improve my skills
If only such things were so simple and "actually" worked in the "real" world... LOL!