Signed up to the Pledge to Civil Conduct in Discourse on Writer's Cafe: please challenge me if you think I am breaking either the letter or the spirit of the rules.
I try to review well myself (see below), and I know that it is easy to lose motivation as that effort does not always lead to reciprocation. However, if I see you write good reviews, I will check you out. Good reviewers have a tendency to be good writers -- because they clearly show that they know about the craft of writing. I will regularly update my reviewer hall of fame below with those who impress me. Please check them out, they deserve it.
I have not always been welcomed for leaving constructive reviews. Here is my stance on reviewing: we are all here to share our work and become better writers. This is an admission of our own imperfection.
You do not invite 'praise' for your work -- you invite reviews. You cannot expect me to like it in the same way that you do as the author, or to understand it in the same way you do. If you cannot accept this, please tell me to not click on your profile, or simply block me.
However, if my review is not constructive, please alert me and I will happily alter it.
Advice: if you want detailed critiques for longer pieces of writing, I would recommend scribophile.com. This is a site where long and detailed critiques are actually rewarded (with points that allow you to post your own work for critiques). You are guaranteed to get at least three reviews for everything you write, but you have to spend the points you received from reviewing to do so.
Here is a recent example of my reviewing.
Reviewers who I've personally seen GETTING IT RIGHT:
tamsen grier, TL Boehm, Ben Walker, Trigorin, zoophagous, A.R. Elvira, Imara, Saint No-One, Poetic Justice, unsavable_soul, Storyworker.
In my opinion, THESE REVIEWERS DESERVE SOME ATTENTION IN RETURN.
Want to donate a review to charity? Please check out these under-reviewed works: 1, 2