Most of us tend to believe that we are better at something than others, we tend to attribute the success of others to luck, and our own successes to talent.
In addition, our psychological defense mechanism comes into play when we are criticized or when we make mistakes ourselves. So be careful who you criticize. Chances are, if you get them to admit their mistake, you will cause them many unpleasant feelings and emotions, such as shame, guilt, embarrassment, rejection, or loss of social status.
To avoid such feelings, the person tries to take a defensive position. He will deny that he has done anything wrong, he will prove the superiority of his point of view, he will be wise, etc.
So when criticizing others, focus on what they’ve done wrong, not their character or personality. You can also suggest how you can fix the error or avoid it next time. So a person will not take everything too close to his heart.
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