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Whenever we are learning a new skill it invariably takes consistent effort and time. When practicing receiving criticism well, be patient with both yourself and the process. Transformation may not come overnight but with consistent effort you’ll reach a stage where you don’t even have

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Let’s be frank – it’s never easy to receive criticism and most of the time it brings up very uncomfortable feelings. The good news is that with practice such as role play (never underestimate its power!) and with doing things such as inviting criticism from

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Spend five minutes writing down how, by using the steps outlined in this series, you could feel the way you want to after receiving criticism (as revealed in doing yesterday’s ‘in action’ exercise).   Did doing today’s exercise motivate you to continue practicing to receive criticism well in

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Hi All,   Accessible Psychology has been selected from thousands of psychology blogs throughout the internet to be featured on Feedspot's 'Top 100 Psychology Blogs' list that every psychologist and psychology student must follow.   For those of you new to Feedspot, the site is designed with blog readers

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When you role played saying sorry, asking for feedback and saying thank you did you think the conversation was realistic? If not, why not? How do you think emotion would impact the conversation? Role play again, this time with the person delivering criticism being more

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This week we’re building upon our receiving criticism assertiveness skills by taking our examples of a time when we received criticism and, after reading Monday’s series post, practicing saying sorry, asking for feedback and saying thank you in role play.   The aim is that in practicing

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It’s natural to sometimes feel anxious or stressed when receiving criticism however we should never underestimate the impact anxiety and stress has on us. Both stress and anxiety can have far-reaching effects which can seep into almost all areas of our life, leaving us feeling

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