That might depend on whether it was constructive criticism or thinly-veiled insults, but I would listen calmly to the criticism, think carefully about what it might be telling me about myself, *and* about the critic themselves, and look for ways the criticism might help me behave more ethically or communicate more effectively in the future.
Either way I choose not to take offence, as it really doesn't help. If the critic intends to offend you, taking offence only gratifies them. If they mean no offence, and simply have poor communication skills, taking offence makes their attempts to communicate even more frustrating. Choosing not to take offence is a skill, mastered through persistent practice.
The actor does not take criticism well.
She just can't take criticism. Criticism can be a good thing if you're willing to accept it.
Narcissists take criticism as personal attack on themselves and their world. they will start to see the criticisor as an enemy, someone opposing them.
If it is constructive criticism then take it and learn from if. It helps to write it down and come back to if as you may be a bit put off by the manner in which it was delivered or from whom it was given. If it isn't constructive criticism you should take it politely and analyze the way or reason one was giving the criticism (a bad day, frustrated with your performance...). There may be some validity to the criticism even if it is poorly given. Take heart but don't take it to heart.
In a job interview, convey your reactions to criticism as a positive one. Discuss how you take the criticism and use it as a way to grow and become better in the trade.
If you give your character a silly name, people will laugh every time they read it. They also will not take that character seriously, which would be a criticism of them.
Criticism would be one.
a positive word for criticism would be critiquing. Critiquing is a form of pointing out mistakes such as when a teacher critiques your work.
The opposite of criticism (negative opinions) would be praise.(To criticize meant originally much the same as to analyze, but criticism has a modern connotation of finding faults or flaws, or of a negative appraisal.)
Employers are searching for people who are able to take criticism well and use it to become a better employee. In a career, handling criticism and turning it into something positive helps employees to excel.
She is defiant when confronted with criticism.
You need to remember that constructive criticism is to improve the outcome. It offers valid and well-reasoned opinions about your work. It includes positive and negative comments offered in a friendly manner. Do not dwell on the word criticism in isolation
Pieces of criticismor just criticism (Her performance was greeted with a lot of criticism)
Criticism points out the mistakes and areas in need of improvement in a piece of work -in a book, for example. Good criticism (also known as Constructive Criticism), however, also includes suggestions on how to improve the work. Many people can't deal with criticism, because it can hurt to hear you made a mistake on something you worked hard on. When you take criticism, however, you can work to fix those problems and make your work even better. Criticism can be just as helpful as hard work and practice when it comes to improvement.
Its a criticism in writing as against oral criticism which is spoken
Literacy Criticism and School Criticism..
Be prepared for honesty and constructive criticism.
you wouldn't really use the word criticism according to use a bomb. using a bomb unharmfully would not critisise anyone. do you agree...?
"thankyou i will take that into consideration next time"
Feminism criticism..... African American criticism....
As a matter of philosophy, I would say, check out the art history - who the artist was, where he was located, materials he used and perhaps, who his contemporaries were. Art criticism is more about how successful the artist was in achieving his goal. With a knowledge of art history you would be able to understand more about the criticism.
With constructive criticism.