[social dancing] When it's okay to criticize your partner

Dr Dance

Well-Known Member
Conclusion: Never say, "Never."


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But as a general rule in social dancing: Don't criticize your partner. Special exceptions would include the potential for physical harm. And then there are very special relationships with a partner with whom you both have an agreement to criticize in a supportive and helpful fashion. (Even so, example #2 is risky at best, and deserves careful and cautious deliberation. When in doubt, don't criticize.)
 
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