Finding Fault

It is not uncommon for people to articulate their feelings of dismay about the behavioral characteristics of others, especially those with whom they have close, continuous contact. However, constant expressions of the perceived shortcomings of others can, in time, become chronic and as such may damage the relationships of all.

No one is without defects, behavioral or otherwise. Therefore, if one is eager to find faults in others, there will always be plenty of faults to find. However, in the words of an old song, “If you can’t say anything real nice, then not to talk at all is my advice.”

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