How Writers Can Handle Online Criticism

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Here are some ways we can deal with criticism on online platforms.

Criticism is difficult to accept, even when it is meant to be constructive. I have been writing for various platforms for many years and have met more than my fair share of trolls, critics, or people who thought their comments would help me see how wrong I am. Fortunately, these encounters are rare, but they do happen.

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Writer & author. Posts about Christian living, mental and physical health, disabilities, & social issues. CR alumni. Breast cancer survivor.

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Writer & author. Posts about Christian living, mental and physical health, disabilities, & social issues. CR alumni. Breast cancer survivor.

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