Dealing With Criticism In Writing

J. S. Goldstine

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Writers fear criticism, but it’s something we all must eventually face. Whether it’s from family and friends, a rejection letter, or an anonymous reader, not everyone is going to like your work. It’s up to you to develop a thick skin as well as sort out the difference between honest, constructive criticism and condescending, useless remarks that you just need to ignore.

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