I think we judge. We all judge, even if we don't like to admit it, and that's okay. Or is it? I generally think of myself as pretty open-minded. I think people should embrace whatever viewpoints they want to embrace, as long as they're not channelling those views into harmful actions against others. If I … Continue reading Are you judgmental?
I saw a post on this topic recently on Grounding Growth and wanted to continue the conversation. Definitely check out her stop the should worksheet. The word should can have several meanings, but the most relevant here is the one from Google dictionary, which Grounding Growth also referenced. "used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, … Continue reading Should-ing ourselves to death
In this series, I dig a little deeper into the meaning of psychological terms. This week's term: judgementality Shortly after I scheduled this post in my queue, I saw a post on the same topic on Scarlett's BPD Corner. I figure a topic must be a pretty good one if it's on multiple people's minds at … Continue reading What is… judgementality?
We live in a world that judges us on how we look. Our body shape, our clothing, and any sign that we somehow deviate from what is "normal", expected, or otherwise considered acceptable. Mental illness is not always overtly obvious, but sometimes the effects of it are. Hygiene may go out the window, and we … Continue reading Judging a book by its cover