Judgement

How might your relationship change with something if you have less judgment about it? For example, if I can manage to not judge my brother as a failure maybe I can see some of the good things that he has done. Or if I can not judge students in the commons at lunch as really loud and obnoxious, maybe I can enjoy being around them.

12 thoughts on “Judgement

  1. To judge is to look at the bad things and think about a good subject as bad subject. Judgmental people tend to not learn about people because they just make something up in their head about how they look and they never get to meet new people.

  2. If I were to allow myself to be more open-minded and accepting instead of basing my opinion on a first judgment, it could allow me to have new, positive experiences with things and people that I never would have considered otherwise. An example of this would be my brother, too. Although he isn’t perfect and tends to not always make the best decisions, at least in my opinion, he’s still a cool person to hang out with, very smart, and caring for the people he loves. He’s a good brother, and sometimes it may not always be that apparent, but if you take the time to get to know him and look past his flaws, he’s a good friend. And that’s true for anyone you meet. Everyone has flaws and struggles, but that doesn’t necessarily define who they are. Take the time to get to know them for who they really are.

  3. Well it could probably better the relationship because if you keep on judging the person it might turn into a bigger conflict. That will just cause more drama but if you just let it go and not judge it wont cause conflict are someone feeling upset.

  4. Maybe I’d be more open and understanding to the positive things surrounding what I categorized as something I don’t want.

  5. If I were to allow myself to be more open-minded and accepting instead of basing my opinion on a first judgment, it could allow me to have new, positive experiences with things and people that I never would have considered otherwise. An example of this would be my brother, too. Although he isn’t perfect and tends to not always make the best decisions, at least in my opinion, he’s still a cool person to hang out with, very smart, and caring for the people he loves. He’s a good brother, and sometimes it may not always be that apparent, but if you take the time to get to know him and look past his flaws, he’s a good friend. And that’s true for anyone you meet. Everyone has flaws and struggles, but that doesn’t necessarily define who they are. Take the time to get to know them for who they really are.

  6. How my relationship with someone could change with less judgment is probably, not changing at all. Because they probably judge me too if even if I stopped judging a little. Like if I judge Luca being this cool kid, then he’ll end up being a cool kid. Even though he probably judged me before meeting me. Actually, like Adam Walker. He said he judged me before he met me when I first came here. He thought that I was going to be an annoying kid, but I turned out to be one of his coolest friends. So… Yeah.

  7. Making judgments on other people does not make you a better person. If people are loud in the commons just let it be because maybe at the house or the people they live with are always loud and they are just meant to be like that. Not everyone is the same, like, or do the same things you do. When you are judging people you are judging the bad things about or the good things because you don’t know that person you are judging.

  8. If you don’t judge people it will most likely better the relationship are keep it good but if u judge people u might hurt the persons feelings are just cause more drama which will cause the relationship to fall are not be the same as one when no one judges each other…

  9. A lack of judgement would benefit many people on certain aspects of socializing, such as bad reputation or past mistake but. Without judgement then it’d be awkward and unnatural to socialize with you, because everything you see or hear you judge to some degree.

  10. There are many things that not judging can do, for me it things such as. If i don’t judge the people around me, i can usually make more and good friends. If i don’t judge myself as much, i am able to see the things i enjoy about myself more. I would be able to live my life based around my life instead of focusing on others so much. The judgment isn’t always bad judgment either, sometimes you look at a persons and think they are better than you. So overall i’d just be able to focus more on my needs and what i can do in my life.

  11. If I had a less understanding of a situation I wouldn’t know how to properly respond to an individual who is dealing with addiction in a appropriate way. When my family members who have an addiction are near I typically try to avoid contact as much as possible and I feel a lost of respect and trust in them. Especially when they are close by me I try to keep my personal belongings near me as possible in fear that they will steal them only because they stole valuables in the past. After they leave theres a lot of guilt and discouragement feeling. My behavior isn’t humane, they’re real human beings with real emotions, but importantly family and they shouldn’t be treated a differently. Its a mixed feeling when you don’t fully understand a situation because you kind of take a selfish mindset, but if i had a less judgement I would be more open and welcoming to a situation rather closing it off.

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