Criticize Yourself

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Wednesday 24 October 2018 by Matthieu Giroux

To criticize himself is to find that is best in himself. We get there while looking at his faults. But they often come from us a fear that repels us.

If we are no longer afraid of our faults, our qualities are revealed, because we all have them, we just have to find out who can express them with.

Knowing our faults allows ourselves to react when we is overused or denied. But it also helps to write about this imperfect world.

Our writings then become more realistic because we are searching for a truth. The reader, too, tries to solve a problem reading.

My Notes

Write about his faults. Seeking to improve or replace a flaw with a quality …

Indeed we want to intuitively fill our flaws, if we know them. The important thing is to agree with ourselves.