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sladuled757628dDoesn't TLDR usually go to the top?🤔
Anyhow, just wanted to say people in general have a tendency to not give praise when something is done well because it's expected that things are done properly, but will of course complain/state it when something is done below average or think you can do better. Mostly not out of malice, but to point out where you can improve.
I see this with myself, so I try to remember that people need validation & I try to give it when I can & remember...and if not, I try to suggest how to improve. I know it's annoying af for most people to be on the receiving end of the 'this could've been done better', but I expect the same from others, to flat out tell me when I screw up & how to improve.
devJs71527d@sladuled yeah sorry about TLDR being in the end.
I get that and I also tend to do things the right way and expect from others to do so.
One thing is to question some decision and the other thing is to nitpick at almost literally anything someone does and pointing it out because of not understanding or having different preferences.
let's take some unrelated example like this:
I get that listening the music loud is bad for your hearing and I acknowledge that and I will tone it down (i never really listened my music loud, 3/10 was "loud" for me) but telling me what music I should listen and that my choice of music is garbage and 'we don't listen that in our house' is just direct attack on my character. Nobody should command you what you have to do, that's breach of human rights!
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