Do you make Impulsive Judgments
Let’s face it, we’ve all done things we wish we could change or take back. Nobody is perfect. No, not even you. Sometimes the false impressions that you have grown to believe cause you to act in unacceptable ways.
What’s most important is that you keep this in mind when judging others. We all have our stories from our pasts, our own experiences both good and bad and it affects all of us in unique ways. We react to situations based on these past events and emotions.
Understanding yourself and why you do the things that you do will help you to consider why others may have reasons to do what they do. Even if you don’t understand their actions, you will at least understand that they feel justified in their actions and the emotions that they are dealing with are real to them, whether you feel they are right or they are wrong.
The only one you have control over is you and you are responsible for all of your actions. A strong characteristic to value is to be understanding and non-judgmental. Your goal is to attempt to help others as this will come back to you two-fold.
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