We all have room for improvement in our lives, both personal as well as professional. For that reason, it is imperative that we remain receptive and open to feedback from those who will offer to provide it. And some of the best, most intimate and well-informed feedback will naturally come from our significant others. However, when receiving that feedback, it’s important to take it the right way. Don’t be too quick to respond – instead simply listen.
- We all have flaws, and while it’s easy to say that, it’s harder to take specific feedback.
- And, it can be even tougher coming from our close relationship partners.
- However, since our partners are the people best positioned to give us honest feedback, we should actively make the most of the opportunity.
“What is it about negative feedback in the context of romantic relationships? Why is it that some people have a difficult time accepting negative feedback from their partner?”
Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/trauma-and-hope/201803/accepting-feedback-your-partner-or-spouse