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Criticism is something that most of us deal with daily and many people believe that when we provide criticism we are expertly doing so but as we receive criticism we are predisposed to believe the other person is degrading us personally. Since criticism is mainly to judge values and faults of a person or their activities, it's normal for all of us to feel defensive as we behave the way we perform depending on the understanding we have and we feel that the criticism inquiries our comprehension. A lot of us could see criticism as such and act defensively onto it but based on a post called Giving and Receiving Criticism the author Sue Hadfield states, "Constructive criticism, though, can be helpful and lead to better working relationships" (Hadfield, 2013) With this in mind we could process that criticism can be used to provide feedback to better ones standing or understanding in that which is being criticized. But how can we give criticism whilst staying at the favor of the criticized and when receiving criticism how can we differentiate between constructive and destructive criticism? Continuing from the article the author presents particular...