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Why people are judgmental - How to be vigilant in your judgments of others!

Be vigilant in your judgments of others!
‘Those people are like this, these people are like that ...
Sound familiar? Our tendency to make unfair, biased and
un-informed negative judgments of others.
Dropping your judgment and expectation of others: What does this mean for your own personal growth towards extraordinary living?
“If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” ~Mother Theresa
Let me start off by saying, it is sometimesnecessary to make judgments based on our assessment of our environment for safety & life-preservation. This is not the context of this post.
What does it mean when we negatively and unfairly judge people?, or expect people to be a certain way, instead of just accepting and allowing people to be who they are, or what they aspire to be.
"Your perceptions and judgments of others reveal so much about your own personality," says Dustin Wood, assistant professor of psychology at Wake Forest.
In the study of psychology, we find that people who tend to …