Let’s face it: we judge.
Most of us judge often, looking critically at the choices and actions of others. Whether it’s what’s in their cart at the grocery store, or how they are handling their two-year-old mid-tantrum, or their tone in today’s staff meeting, we have a lot of feelings about the way other people behave. Often this judgment gets in the way of our ability to connect with others. Moreover, when we judge we waste a LOT of energy thinking about how we wish other people could be different.