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The Real Reason We’re So Critical of Others

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Because I spend all day hearing from my clients about the surprisingly painful psychological effects of criticism, I try hard to inhibit that impulse toward sarcasm and unhelpful criticism.

And more than just resisting it, I usually try to self-reflect a bit about the urge itself and why I felt like doing it.As I was about to hit “Tweet,” I imagined what the original researcher would say if they saw my response.Putting myself in their shoes, it wasn’t hard to think of more than a few ways perfectly good research might be misinterpreted:For all I know, it could have been a simple misquote: Perhaps that actual line in the research paper was “While it might be obvious to most that people with psychopathic personality traits are more likely to.

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