As you may have noticed, I haven't posted a new article in several years. The main reason being: I was wearing a different hat. When I post an article here, it comes from a certain experience and confidence. It comes from a decision that these words can help at least one reader. It takes the form of an "answer" more so than the form of a "question" (though I do enjoy posing questions, or suggesting useful questions to ask oneself). The blogger's hat I like to wear is assertive and action-focused. When it's on my head, I've made up my mind. If I didn't believe in what I wrote, I wouldn't hit "Publish". This is not say that by releasing my thoughts into the cyberspace they are set in stone. My thinking changes and I learn each day. But it is to say that it's a specific kind of hat. The other hat I wear is that of a researcher. When I finished my master's thesis in General Experimental Psychology and started as a doctoral student in Psychological Science, I spent more and more time reading and critiquing research, conducting research, writing up research, and getting critiqued. So I took the researcher's hat off less and less, which meant it became harder and harder (no matter how much I wanted) to put the blogger's hat back on. Now, this labeling isn't perfect. Bloggers ask questions, just as researchers are trained to. Researchers offer interpretations of their data, just as bloggers tend to highlight solutions and action steps. And much like bloggers, researchers have personal opinions that aren't a result of the scientific method and that aren't supported by empirical evidence (they're people, too).

Consequences of wearing the researcher hat

For the most part, however, when wearing a good-fitting researcher's hat, I have a certain set of values. I want to base any assertions about human behavior on data derived from sound studies. I think about the limitations of any study, whether it has been replicated, and what has yet to be tested, or how hard (or even possible) it would be to test certain assumptions. I worry about generalizing the findings from the people over here to the people over there, because unless they've been studied, I really don't know. Even when I'm familiar with a pattern of behavior that shows up again and again, I still have follow up questions: But will it show up under these conditions? Is it cross-cultural, or among those who are not WEIRD? When I've seen a reliable relationship between two things, I still wonder: For whom are they most strongly related? When does the relationship break down? How exactly are the two related, as in, what happens in the in-between? Are they just correlated, or does one cause the other, the other cause the one, or both? And what about adding more and more variables into the picture? What about the dynamics of time and relationships? Is the statistical model appropriate? What are the assumptions of the modeling that's used?

Consequences of wearing the blogger hat

When wearing the right style of blogger's hat, my values are different. I want to base conclusions on vivid and meaningful personal experiences and not-necessarily-systematic observation of others (well-filtered by my own lenses, of course). The more heart-wrenching, the more memorable, the experience, the better. I don't want a formalized process of peer review; I need it to be quiet enough to hear my own thinking so that I can trace it and deconstruct it and put it back together into pixels so that strangers who want to hear the message can follow along. I worry about whether my experience is deep enough to draw from, because unless I've been through it (or know someone well who has), I really don't know. I push myself to extrapolate from my own logic, so that I can offer action-steps, preferably in bullet-point form. I make generalizations and blanket statements, especially if I perceive that it helps get my point across. I do think of counter-arguments and the critics, but only in order to refine the message. I channel my focus on how others' can get value from the process -- whether they agree and jump into action or I've irked them to refine the opinions of their own. Even as I write this, I feel the need to grab my other hat.

The challenge of switching hats

The two hats I wear have one big thing in common. They shape how I think. Whenever I write anything, it shapes how I think and see and believe and want to know. So by wearing the researcher's hat for extended periods over the past several years of graduate school, it trained me to think in ways very different from, and often at odds with, the kind of thinking pixelated here. I don't know if switching hats will get easier, or harder. But it's been too long since this hat has been worn, and it still seems to fit. What are the different hats that you tend to wear? How are they different? When do you switch them? Feel free to share in the comments below.

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I'm sure personal criticism doesn't make you feel good, but maybe you can't always pin-point why.

The psychology of personal criticism

Whenever someone personally attacks you, or criticizes your actions, personality, thoughts, or some other aspect of you -- without your permission, or not upon your request -- they may be trying to:

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"Try" is the key word here, as their attempt to accomplish one or more of the above does not ensure that:

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Well, science is supposed to operate on this principle, falsifiability, or seeking to disconfirm certain predictions so as not to put faith into them (since they would lack scientific merit) – so it’s not technically scientific to say that a position has been proven right.

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Additionally, to say that deconstructing criticism is “just” a form of confirmation bias, and thus somehow defected – is built upon the assumption that confirmation bias is (always) bad.

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Firstly, it’s not like the person is an infallible robot who recording your every move and logging your every thought or internal happening – then feeding out your stats in a strictly numbers way (which, by the way, would still have to be interpreted by a biased human mind to make sense in a human way). No, your attacker is not a robot, but a human. When people observe and form opinions about other people, they do so in a humanly way – which involves, LASIX cost, yes, confirmation bias.

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It’s the interpretation of facts that can be developed enough to constitute a complex value statement regarding your actions, personality, thoughts, or some other aspect of you. (And keep in mind that without standardized definitions of “action,” “personality,” “thought,” “aspect,” or “you,” the attempt to form a conclusion is convoluted – minus the difficulty that comes with crafting a value statement using words.)

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How to deconstruct the (hidden) assumptions in a personal attack

To deconstruct a personal attack, you think critically:

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Here are five steps to deconstructing a personal attack, or criticism that is directed toward you:

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  4. Measure the opinions against your own
  5. Put what was said back into context -- with your broader perspective

Step 1: Use your feelings as a guide

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Do you want to:

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Get clear on why you want to deconstruct the attack, and use your initial emotional reactions as a guide.

Step 2: Identify and label the personal opinions

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As you identify and label the opinion, you might find yourself disagreeing or challenging them (or even agreeing), but try to withhold judgment until you've deconstructed as much as you can, which includes Step #3.

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Step 4: Measure the opinions against your own

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  • How might their opinion intentionally and/or inadvertently harm you?

What if the attack does ring true for you?

You may encounter personal attacks that do hit an emotional nerve, possibly because they are at least partially accurate or relevant to what's going on in your life. Deconstruction may naturally direct you toward putting the attack into perspective, or you might still find that it rings at least partially true. In such cases, it's helpful to deconstruct value-laden terms as much as you can.

Ditch negative opinions about your personal worth

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An example of the 5 steps of deconstructing a personal attack

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This example will use a comment from Jacki in response to the article "17 Ways Mindfulness Meditation Can Cause You Emotional Harm:"

"I saw your other posts on the right hand side of this post and you seem to have the wrong attitude towards a lot of things and you come across as quite negative. Maybe if you had the right attitude and you were more positive, meditation would work for you. So far, you are the only person on the web who has these kind of articles while everyone else who meditates has discussed only upbeat and inspirational articles and posted them online. Several mental health experts have done research on Holistic Health and anything that has to do with it and the only talk about how rejuvenating and motivational meditation is, buying LASIX online over the counter. BUY LASIX NO PRESCRIPTION, Nothing personal, but I am just telling you my perspective about your outlook on this and on life in general."

Step 1: Using my feelings as a guide

I don’t recall exactly how I felt upon approving the comment, but it probably involved mild irritation, given that I never set out to be a positive blogger, and actually explore the positive in what’s typically regarded in “negative” emotions.

Thus, my feelings probably informed me that I felt I was being judged against a standard that I don’t hold, and in deconstructing the comment, my aim was to better understand what tricks people may use to try to stifle a “negative” viewpoint.

Step 2: Identifying and labeling the personal opinions

Here are the words and phrases I especially noted as (loaded) opinions, along with the labels I chose for them:

  • "you seem to have the wrong attitude towards a lot of things" [Assertion that I tend to be wrong about various topics.]
  • "you come across as quite negative" [Categorization of my online writings – rather than her interpretation or reaction to them – as being negative, rather than positive, or even better, both.]
  • "Maybe if you had the right attitude and you were more positive, meditation would work for you" [Castigation of my attitude (about what?) and assertion that positivity (yet to be defined or specified) could help me and fix a problem that I supposedly have.]
  • "you are the only person on the web who has these kind of articles" [Generalization that can be disconfirmed by links to other articles “like this kind.”]
  • "everyone else who meditates has discussed only upbeat and inspirational articles and posted them online" [Sweep across all people who meditate (how could this be verified?), as well as a sweep across the web (how could this be verified?).]

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“Nothing personal, but I am just telling you my perspective about your outlook on this and on life in general.”

Step 3: Teasing apart the assumptions

For this step, I’ll tease apart three assumptive networks that underpin three different, but possibly related, opinions.

General assumptions will show in the first level of bullet points, and assumptions that underpin the general assumptions will show up in the second level of bullet points. Statement in italics reference expressions that are either broad or open to interpretation, and thus indirectly rely on the assumption that they are sensible, coherent, logical, easily relatable, fast shipping LASIX, self-explanatory, or otherwise clear.

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Opinion #1: “Maybe if you had the right attitude and you were more positive, meditation would work for you.”

Assumptions of Opinion #1:

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    • There is such a thing as meditation “working” for a person

  • I want to practice meditation on a regular basis

    • I don’t already practice meditation on a regular basis

  • I have the wrong attitude

    • Is the “right” attitude to maintain positive about meditation, without taking note of potential pitfalls?

    • How similar does my attitude have to be to her attitude to be considered “right”?

  • I’m not positive enough

    • Positive enough for what. Having the same exact opinion as her?

    • Is it possible that a negative attitude can be a positive thing to have in certain situations?

Opinion #2: “So far, you are the only person on the web who has these kind of articles while everyone else who meditates has discussed only upbeat and inspirational articles and posted them online.”

Assumptions of Opinion #2:

  • She has checked over every “article” on the web for this kind of article

    • It’s even possible for one person to take a total sweep of the web (I wonder how long that would take?)

  • She has documented the online communications by those people, other than me, who meditate
  • Excluding my articles, if there are only upbeat and inspirational articles that are posted online, then that means that people only have upbeat and inspirational things to say about the topic

    • What people collectively post online reflects what all people who meditate think about meditation

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Opinion #3: “Several mental health experts have done research on Holistic Health and anything that has to do with it and the only talk about how rejuvenating and motivational meditation is.”

Assumptions of Opinion #3:

  • She has checked over every published study on the topic

    • Published studies constitute all of research that is conducted

  • Research that experts talk about yields the truth

    • A research study is always scientific

    • A research study doesn’t have limitations that need to be addressed

  • When experts talk about research, they are presenting the truth, rather than their opinion, or interpretation, of research
  • Mental health experts are inherently right

    • What is an expert?

  • Experts give an objective perspective

    • An expert’s perspective is the only perspective worth taking

Step 4: Measuring the opinions against my own

In reflecting on Jacki's opinion, in relation to my own opinions about my attitude and my articles (though Jacki doesn't specify which articles in particular indicate I have the wrong attitude about life), I conclude that I'm content with my attitude on personal response ability, well-being, and emotional honesty.

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In my opinion, polarization devoid of substance can thwart critical thinking, which is necessary for leading one's life in a fulfilling and effective way. It seems that Jacki's criticism draws on assumptions that aren't necessarily accurate, which is interesting to me, as I like to observe the strategies people use to invalidate my opinions, as put forth in articles here.

Step 5: Follow up with response ability

When I first read Jacki's comment, I noticed it was rich with assumptions that could be teased apart for a better understanding of how deconstruction can work, BUY LASIX NO PRESCRIPTION. LASIX samples, Therefore, I choose to respond to it by writing this article, so that you might gain some tools to proactively deconstruct personal attacks directed toward you.

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  2. Identify and label all personal opinions
  3. Tease apart the assumptions that qualify the opinions
  4. Measure the opinions against your own
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With practice, you'll feel more equipped to respond in a constructive way, and you'll gain greater insight into your own thought processes. You might even start deconstructing your own dysfunctional beliefs, which can certainly help you shed a lot of emotional baggage and take a more mindful approach to living your life.

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You can't always trust others to look out for your bests interests (by nature, they're looking out for their best interests). Your best bet is learning to trust yourself. Which does involve getting to know yourself better too.

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