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Bullies and Constructive Criticism
Recently I have been bullied by someone on my writing. He or she did it anonymously proving a coward. He/she even went so far as criticizing my readers and fellow writers!
Don’t let anyone bully you about your creativity!
You are special and gifted and so are your creations as well!
Constructive criticism is different than being bullied by negative, mean people.
Here is what a bully and a coward is >
(“Somebody who anonymously harms those who cannot defend themselves”)
(An aggressive person who intimidates or mistreats people)
“Constructive criticism >>is the process of offering valid and well-reasoned opinions about the work of others, usually involving both positive and negative comments, in a friendly manner rather than an oppositional one. In collaborative work, this kind of criticism is often a valuable tool in raising and maintaining performance standards.”
Please do not pay credence to bullies. Never give up because of someone’s cowardly unconstructive opinions.
Remember there is no such thing as bad art work and there is no such thing as bad writing
This has been proven through history! Many a famous artists and writers’ works were not accepted in their time.
If you have a drive to express yourself and create than never stop!
Again all creations are special, because you the creator are special and unique!
Why people bully would be a list a mile long, but know for sure it is the bullies issue and not your ability to create great works of art or writings.
Very likely these same bullies are at least unhappy and you can almost bet they have abusive issues in their back ground.
So keep creating and showing off your distinctive wonderful works!
Have a great day!
Lisa J. Warner