At least then you'll know it's not for a good reason.
Rather than raising your voice or throwing some critiques yourself, fight back the nit-picking with questions that are aimed towards understanding.
If he tends to change his mind frequently, or is outright forgetful, be sure to document interactions so you can refer back to them if he ever contradicts himself." By doing this, you begin to make yourself indispensable.
(As in, she or he doesn't actually hate you.)While them seething at meetings might make you want to drink a whole bottle of wine after work, see their standards as motivation.Any skills that you learn now will help you to be a more valued person in your future endeavors.Use your present job to develop not only your skills but your coping mechanisms." Even if it's tough, you're learning important skills and moving yourself up the career ladder, and that's what matters.Career writer Harvey Deutschendorf at entrepreneur site Fast Company recommended, "Pay close attention to not only what they say, but how they say it. What are their favorite ways of getting things done? Find ways to use this knowledge to your advantage." Try and get things done to their liking and they should give you minimal trouble.