Accept correction as direction.
Part of real, genuine love is correcting others. God says in Revelation 3:19, Those whom I love I rebuke and discipline. If God’s spirit is correcting you, then that a sign that he loves you. God loves you enough to risk offending you so that he can guide you away from things that might harm you.
Don’t get mad at someone who corrects you; rather, rejoice that you’re given a chance to grow and change. If you’re wise, you’ll appreciate and love the people who correct you (Proverbs 9:8)
Parents aren’t showing their children love if they never correct them. If your little boy is being mean to other kids, but you chose not to correct him, then he’ll probably never change. However, if you love him enough that you want him to improve his behavior, then you’ll correct him so that you can guide him in a different direction.
When someone corrects you, don’t become angry at them. Recognize that they’re simply trying to help you. Accept their correction as direction.