Judging People

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Re: Judging People

Post by Ama Idim » 26 Jul 2017, 02:22

I admit I judge people... Dont we all? Turns out true or false mostly, I'm trying to reduce it and I cant count the number of times people have told me 'oh...I thought you were this or when I first saw you u looked like you were that but now I know you, you're not like that', most times their initial assumptions are quite negative
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Post by Kinnera » 27 Jul 2017, 23:55

I try my best not to judge people by factors they can't control, but I do realise that I don't always follow that. Not always. But we are the people we make ourselves, and I try to consciously not fall back into patterns.
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Post by May-an Tinangag » 28 Jul 2017, 07:09

We, as humans don't have the right to judge other people because all of us are not perfect. I do believe in the saying that "No one is perfect except our creator."

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Post by riazziea » 29 Jul 2017, 15:44

My sister and I have been working with children and adults with disabilities for many years now. I work at a farm that allows those with disability get out and ride horses. There was one time I was walking one of my clients back to his car, and there were some younger girls who rode at the barn who laughed and pointed at us. I find this to be ridiculous and uncalled for. They don't know who my client is or how sweet of a person he is, they just judge because he looks and acts a bit different. I feel that you should always get to know someone before you judge them, because you never know who they might be.
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Post by eelavahs-jay » 30 Sep 2017, 14:27

If I had a dollar for everytime something was implied about being because of the way I looked I would be a swimming in cash. Dealing with judgy people is an everyday thing for me.

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Post by Anjum » 25 Nov 2017, 04:32

Yes. I am always judged as weak and fragile because of my child like appearance.
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