"You're judging me. You don't even know me."
Recognize that line? You probably hear that for few times. Or you probably had said that to someone who you think was judging you.
I realize when someone being criticized by other person, and he/she thinks that that other person is judging her/him, while they think that that other person doesn't really know about them, they will say that line.
But, when they being complimented by other person, even though that other person didn't know that much about them, they won't say that line.
Why? Isn't COMPLIMENT and CRITICISM both are JUDGMENTS? Then why people tend to react differently to both?
Why criticism receive you're-judging-me-you-don't-even-know-me respond, while compliment don't? Why people never said you're-judging-me-you-don't-even-know-me as a respond to compliments?
Is this an example on how people are mostly have a hard time to take criticism? Isn't this shows that people are bias and subjective? Isn't this shows that people are not capable to be objective?