Mar 14, 2012

Introducing Toxic Criticism
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Written by : Pat Novak| 0 | Personal Dev.


In this series, adapted from Eric Maisel’s book ‘Toxic Criticism’, we examine the ways that criticism and self-criticism interfere with our ability to find our life purpose and live as strongly, passionately, and effectively as we would like to live.
Criticism comes at us from the past, as bad memories and as our own introjected “inner critic”.
It comes at us every day, at work and at home. It even colors our sense of the future. Some of it is minor and only ruffles our feathers a little bit.
But a surprising amount of it is toxic, as bad for our system as any poison.
Read more: Introducing Toxic Criticism – DesignTAXI.com http://bit.ly/xIJsiq
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Pat Novak

Intuitive Counselor/Mentor for over twenty years.I Create, Curate and Integrate Content on the Human and Digital Experience. Inspiration, Enchantment and Shadow. I love people, thrive on exercise, the outdoors and time alone.
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  • Hey Pat,

    This was an interesting read and fortunately I learned to not let negative criticism deter me in any way, but I do try to give myself some constructive criticism you know. Anyway I shared this with my people and I categorized this in personal development, but just so you know you can always add any tags and category for your curation picks whenever you like on Internet Billboards when you are logged in. Did you do your new Facebook timeline yet?


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