We all do it, even though we try not to. It's something we aren't proud of, but we just can't help it. What is it? Silently, without knowing them personally, we judge others.
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Sometimes it over the silliest things like tattoos, hair color, type of vehicle they drive, or where they live. It's ridiculous, really, but the list goes on and on.
During COVID, we did a lot of judging. It was embarrassing how much we judged others based on our belief system, life experiences, or set of skills. I hope we learned our lesson about how badly we behaved during a time of great confusion, anxiety, and fear. But we probably didn't. LOL
The next big thing to hit us square in the face will probably find us acting the same way. We are not very quick learners. It always takes us a long time, if ever, to learn that our own opinions aren't the only right ones. Everyone sees things differently.
Whether good or bad, ridiculous or serious, we will always judge others. It's our nature to do so. We are always right, right? But, mostly from across the room with a glance and eye roll to ourselves or whoever is with us.
We asked you to tell us the secret ways you judge and you, as always, delivered.
What is something people do that you secretly judge?
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