When People’s Feedback Matters and When It Doesn’t [link]

My newest article for Psych Central on when people's feedback is important and when it isn't.

"Because human beings’ perception of the world is subjective and limited, sometimes some aspects of our worldview and some of our values can be skewed or invalid when compared to reality. As a result, the feedback that we give and receive can be meaningful, helpful, and honest, or pointless, manipulative, and damaging—and everything in between.

So when does people’s feedback matter and when shouldn’t we take it to heart?"

Read the article here: When People's Feedback Matters and When It Doesn't.

For more on these and other topics, check out the author’s books: Human Development and Trauma: How Childhood Shapes Us into Who We Are as Adults and Self-Work Starter Kit.

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