How to Deal With Criticism | Marisa Peer – – Mindvalley

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Marisa Peer teaches us how to deal with constructive criticism in the best, healthiest way possible. Criticism — a word that often induces feelings of angst. Watch her FREE masterclass here and become bulletproof to criticism 👉

For over 25 years, Marisa Peer is a celebrity therapist who has been working with people all over the world from all walks of life on how to deal with rejection. From famous celebrities to top executives, she helped them answer the question, what is depression?

She realized that it didn’t matter how rich and famous someone was, everyone had something in common – they became depressed because they didn’t know how to handle rejection and criticism.

Well, there are 3 different types of criticism:
1. Negative criticism
2. Constructive criticism
3. Self criticism

In this video, top therapist, Marisa Peer, guides you through how to deal with all these different types of criticism in the best, healthiest way possible. She will teach you how to stop criticising yourself, how to not let in destructive criticism, and how to learn and grow from constructive criticism.

00:12 Types of Criticism
00:31 Self Criticism
01:47 Negative Criticism
02:49 Constructive Criticism

Through various hypnotherapy sessions, some of her patients learned how to overcome depression. While some admitted they suffered more from anxiety due to the anticipation of constructive criticism.

Marisa Peer assigned them their own personal growth and development project where she conducted sessions on hypnotherapy for anxiety, and let them do their research. A lot of them wrote a proposal of rejection, where they talked about specific events in their lives where they felt rejected.

After they watched personal development videos and reconvened with Marisa Peer, and she taught them this one affirmation to repeat every day, “I am Enough.” This was the defining moment in their lives. When they started believing they were enough, they learned how to overcome anxiety.

Cheers to a stronger, more constructive you!

Learn how the power of positivity can help you on your path in overcoming depression in Marisa Peer’s FREE masterclass 👉

Marisa Peer, who was once named the Best British Therapist by Men’s Health magazine, has spent 25 years working with an extensive client list including Hollywood actors, CEOs of multi-billion dollar companies, and political leaders. Her tools and techniques aim to bridge the gap between 99% of the population and the top 1% of super-achievers she works with.

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  1. It's extremely helpful to not get defensive and just say "Thanks for the feedback, I do have some room to improve" or "I'm sorry you feel this way, I do have room to improve". This makes the person who criticizes you less aggressive because you just agreed with them, and didn't add to the fire.

  2. Ithis is wonderful! Ive had great bosses and horrible bosses. The best bosses I've had give me positive feedback how to improve things I'm not great about and how to be better at it and I can feel that they care. The Worst boses get huffy and don't give positive constructive criticism they just get upset that you can't do it right the first time or when you continue to make mistakes.

  3. I post pictures of myself that i like myself but everybody thinks i look really bad and some say that those photos are shit, its not like they say it in a harsh tone, they'll just say something really mean but cover it up with "no offense" and although i try super hard to not let it get to me, it ends up ruining my self esteem 🙁

  4. I have wondered why criticisms always hurt my feelings.why is it soo difficult for me to deal with it without having a mental breakdown? What i have learned is that distinguishing criticisms from one to another is a continous process and it takes time for someone who has been vulnerable to criticism for so long.its not as easy as it sounds but you will get better at it eventually:)