I’ve never slammed anybody. I’m not sure there’s any benefit to it, and it seems unnecessarily mean. But that said, I am an online content creator. I publish articles, videos, and podcasts on the internet. I think it’s important to be mindful of the words I use. I think it’s important to think before I share.
I think it’s important to be kind. And I hope that I can inspire others to do the same. This is my promotional material to teach people. To attract people’s minds. It is true that by slamming we can’t get anything.
I don’t know why it’s so hard for people to resist the urge to slam someone else. Slamming someone doesn’t seem like a helpful thing to do. It’s a way to take people down and make them feel awful about themselves. It’s like the “ice cream” of the Internet. It’s sweet and delicious, but it’s not good for you.
But there are ways to support people without slamming them. You can say, “I’m sorry you’re going through this. Here’s what I’ve found that might help.”
Providing feedback, giving a critique, and criticizing something are all different things. Sometimes, we feel like we need to slam somebody. I’m not going to lie, it feels good to slam somebody. But what’s the point? I’ve come to the conclusion that slamming somebody doesn’t seem helpful to anyone. Instead, here’s how you can provide feedback in a constructive manner. Be polite and gentle about propagating your ideas and thought.