On the Subject of Feedback . . .

“Unsolicited feedback is always for the sender, it’s not for the recipient. So unless you ask somebody you respect specifically for feedback, don’t listen to it.”

Unsolicited feedback is often an element of vanity and judgment – the latter more often than not without context, all equaling pride – or the need to be perceived as right or righteous.

My know, I receive unsolicited feeback from my cats, near daily.