Don’t take it so personal.

They feel like dismissive words.

Motivated by the desire for quick resolution.

Attempting to remove emotion.

But they don’t help you to diagnose the pain.

On their own they don’t lead to clarity.
So build on the statement, it can be an opening.

A way to discover more about yourself and the work.
What you can change and what you must accept. 

When some one tells you to stop taking it personally add some supporting questions:

What do you feel is at stake here?

Do you think something is missing?

What do you want to change about the situation? And why?

I hope you deeply own your work.

Your emotions matter.

Discover what they are trying to tell you.

Discover what you need to change and what you need to accept.
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