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I used to judge people a lot but, since I started therapy, I realized that judging is useless for the most part because judging is usually done out of fear, because you can't handle the thing you judge so you have to protect yourself by belittling it, a bit like a scared dog would bark at something he fears. When you come at peace with a lot of things, you don't need to judge anymore because judging would only bring negativity to both you and the thing you are judging.Also, it's so easy to bring negativity into this world so I chose the more challenging alternative of bringing positivity to this world. It's much more rewarding and it helps everyone.
Every freaking day every freaking hour I’m judging every interaction, every body movement, every emotion, and every behavior. I have nothing better to do. Even forget what I’m doing and I’ll just people watch. Watch their mistakes first so I don’t make them. Usually driving is where it all starts.
It's not based on appearance but the motive behind their actions. If someone donates money for a charity, many people think they performed a good act. What if their motivation was so they could appear sympathetic in order for self-gain? No matter the good act, that person is indeed selfish so I would judge that person.I only judge on appearance when dating. If I can't have sex with you, I'm not interested.
I went with always but I don't assign a 100% probability or anything close to my assumptions. For example, if I see someone with a huge smile, I initially begin with an assessment that the perhaps *might* be quite a happy person overall. Then I investigate further to challenge my assumptions. But I never assign 100% confidence to my assumptions. I'm always investigating and trying to challenge them.
As another example, say I see someone walking on the street shaking their heads and talking to themselves. In this case, maybe I assign about a 75% degree of confidence that they might have mental issues or might be under some sort of influence. However, I don't assign 100% confidence. I always leave room for doubt.
Another example: let us say I see someone walking around in a police uniform. In this case, I assign around a 95% degree of confidence that they might be a police officer. 95% is usually about as close as I get on a hasty assessment.
I assign like a 99.9% degree of confidence that the earth is not flat. I think this way. It's never 100%.
It also changes with time as I gather more data. In the police uniform example, say I live in an area where it's fashionable for people to dress in police uniforms who aren't police officers. Then the probabilities might adjust substantially. I might start to think there's only a 50% chance that someone in a police uniform is a police officer.
If the language of "assume" means 100% confidence though, then I never assume anything. I never even assume that someone in a police uniform is a police officer. I think it's very likely, but I don't assume. If the language of "assume" means anything over 0% confidence though, then I am always making chance assumptions (although very uncertain ones often filled with lots of doubt) with any kind of data I collect.
I hang out with drunks and drug addicts but I am neither and do not support anyone being either so the answer is pretty much never which means if I have a criticism of you, you might want to get off your high horse, humble yourself, and accept that God has sent someone to help you leave behind your incorrect ways and learn to follow God instead.
I judge when I can't understand something, or what someone did (and why they did it). I overthink a lot. If I can't get direct answers to what I can't understand. I have to use available information to make a conclusion. I'd go insane otherwise.
Everyone judges. You judge someone by the clothes they wear, if they misspelled common words, hygiene, cleanliness of their home or car. No one thing can tell you about a person, but put together you gather a general impression.
Yes its true everyone has the capability to judge, but there are some people that would rather focus on themselves then others, and judge themselves over everyone else, there are some people who judge other people more and then there are people that don't really give a damn about themselves or others
It's natural function of the brain. That's how it learns. So there aren't some people who don't judge others. Sometimes it's a snap decision we don't notice. It's impossible to say who judges more than others because most of it is subconscious.
I mean.. I'm someone that never judges anyone, I have never put a thought in my mind to hate someone or to judge there appearance or personality, I have always occupied my brain with other things.
You do judge though. It may not be outwardly or negatively as you suggest judging is. You describe it like you see it in movies where the bad girl sees a guy not wearing nice clothes and instantly disregards him. But the truth is, all humans do it to some degree. Our outward appearance, body language, etc... All of it is being processed and we make decisions based on that.
Do you think self aware people judge. When people are so aware of what they are doing. When I see someone that looks in a dark way I don't assume they are evil because I don't like making assumptions and I don't even see black or colours in general as evil or good
Everyone. Judges. You seem to think it's something that can be turned off, but it can't. It's how the human brain works. It's not a good or bad thing. Your brain takes in a lot of data and a snap decision is made subconsciously based on your experiences and knowledge.
I always analyse people, but I only start judging them after I've interacted with them enough. People are layered and very complicated even if some don't seem it which you have to remember. If I come to a conclusion about someone I have enough information to do so and didn't base it on nothing. I don't judge people over small things like if they used 'xD' or dabbed, or even if they're rude.
I was beat an should be dead. I'm critical when it comes to meeting new people. Takes a lot to get me to accept people however their are some that I just instantly adapt an get along with... I believe in an empath so its usually easy to tell what kind of person someone is within minutes but I still try to keep a solid boundary until I'm for sure... I'm all for helping others.. In turn I been robbed thieved used an lied to so I use caution with new ppls
Everyone judges everyone because even if you don’t realize it we all have a first impression of someone just by looking at them first or hearing them first before getting to know them.
When they are fixed mindset maybe sometimes cause it dont make sense honestly
I don't judge people- I let that up to God. I simply make discerning decisions about them.
Everyone judges everyone even if it’s just for a millisecond.
Always because it's natural , inevitable and actually a good thing.
Always, even if it is just "Not worth the time to stop and talk with."
D and FI never judge people, unless they've done sth serious/terrible and pissed me offI'm glad to see this question came from a teen :)
When do i judge people?:::::looks at watch:::::It's human nature
I judge racists, narcissistic, arrogant and otherwise unpleasant people.
even if i don't say it aloud, im always judging people
Im human. I judge everything.
I always do.
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