[zoy-ill-ehst]

n. one who takes joy in finding fault

Finding faults in everything someone else does can have negative effects on both the receiver and the contributor. Allow everyone the chance to correct their own mistakes because that is a part of human nature. Everyone learns from their own mistakes. Also, correcting someone else every single time they make a mistake makes the contributor seem impatient. Constantly pointing out someone’s mistakes and belittling them is not beneficial for either person.

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