Although I like getting criticism, because then I can do it better the next time, I don't know how to deal with it and start crying most of the time.
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5 Responses Feb 23, 2007

crying can make you feel better,but sometimes it's better to stand up for yourself and realise all that anger,and tell the person how you feel tell them you are doing your best but how can you,if you getting all the criticism.

but sometimes crying and letting your pain out will make you feel better..

I also find myself crying when criticised. I find it embarassing in the work place when I know I'm being judged. I don't want to cry. Iwant to focus on the critique to improve my preformance in the eyes of the one who judges me for raises and advancement opportunities but I can't not cry. I know it's to my disadvantage. What can I do?

I think crying when you are criticised about something you can do better shows that you take things serious and that deep down you really want to do your best.

Try and find out why you cry. And as you cry is the best time. It gives you the chance to see what it is that is making you feel that way.