A faultfinder is a person who is in the habit of finding faults, criticizes anything or anybody in a petty manner, and complains too much. An individual is a chronic faultfinder when obsessed with an attitude of criticism. Faultfinders are everywhere in life. They can be your family members, friends, teachers, boss, or even your spouse.
They have a peculiar characteristic of being difficult to please. They always look out for anything and everything to complain or criticize about other people’s personality or what they have done. Faultfinders believe that things are perfect and faultless if only done by them. They are also very good at using their words to tear down others rather than help them to come up.
Although faultfinders have all of this characteristics, it does not mean that anyone who critics what you have done is a fault finder. Critics are polite and sometimes help you to see where you can improve.
It would be wise to stay away from those who tear you down with their words because they mean no good for you.