Increase your self-esteem by analyzing feedback (1 minute read)
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It is very important to be attentive to how you and others talk about you. This is of great importance for mental health and a healthy self-esteem, but it is more difficult than it seems.
Increase your self-esteem by analyzing feedback
It is important to be receptive to feedback. But people with a strong inner critic are already this to an extreme extent.
Remember that other people have their own agendas. Feedback is not always about you. It can be about their own concerns and self-blame which they do not want to feel and hence handle by blaming others – you.
Our actions are only a very small part of who we are. The situations we end up in are also affected by others and by factors beyond our control.
It is very important to be observant to others’ negative claims about you and to review them before you take them in.
Is this about me?
Is the feedback proportionate?
What is the person’s own agenda and responsibility for the situation?
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