Criticize  –  a natural habit

Write this post to response today’s daily one word challenge “criticize”. <a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/criticize/”>Criticize</a&gt;

We all have some good and bad habits but some habits are natural. Criticizing people is a natural habit no one teaches us how to criticize or how to judge anyone that’s something we learn from ourselves. We love to judge others but we don’t want others to do the same as its our copyright.

I’m not saying that I don’t have this habit. In fact, I’m the only person who loves  to judge movies, actors, politicians. I don’t think it’s a bad habit but I don’t like people who judge me. I think I’m normal as no one likes that. But too much Criticizing is bad.

There are two types of Criticizing people 

1. Straight way – We see someone and say you’re looking like this or that. 

2. Using third party –  in this case, we target a person make a judgement but we don’t have dare to say this on his/her face then we Search a person who loves to listen  our critical view about that person. (a popular gossip activity) 

When we criticise someone….we don’t care what he or she is. We don’t care about the effect of our judgment. Everyone wants to be a good critic but we are not criticizing a movie here…. We criticize a person and our criticism can effect her or his life. The effect can be positive or negative. It’s easy to forget as a critic that your words can harm another person’s life. This can lead to the critic being a very unpopular person.

So use this natural habit in good way.

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6 Replies to “Criticize  –  a natural habit”

  1. Well said! A natural habit that must be used in a positive manner. Actually we don’t realise that criticisms help us to get better, they help us to understand what people think of us. But eventually it’s we who decide whether to accept the criticism in a positive sense or a negative sense. 👍👍👍👍👍

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