Tag Archives: judgement

Monday’s Mindset

What’s Normal? We (me included) are quick to judge other people. We judge their habits, the things they do, the food they eat, the clothing they wear, how they wear their hair, what they believe in and what they don’t believe in. Let’s face it, we judge people for all types of reasons and we …

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The Window from Which We Look

Someone shared this with me and I thought it was such a great message; I would like to share it with you once again, and hopefully, this will help us become more aware regarding what we THINK we see when watching others. A young couple moves into a new neighborhood.  The next morning while they …

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Get To Know Others For Yourself

                   

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Embrace and Enjoy Who You Are in 2016

With the New Year still in tow, there’s still time to make those major changes for yourself. Starting with how you see yourself, and how you feel about yourself going forward. And you can start by not allowing the way others may judge you control you.  People may know your name, not your story. They …

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Openly Celebrate and Enjoy your Individuality

When you are always seeking approval it means you’re constantly worried that others are forming negative judgments of you. This only steals the fun, ingenuity and spontaneity from your life. Time you flip the script on this habit. If you’re blessed enough to have something that makes you different from everybody else, don’t be ashamed …

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Watch Your Tongue

Ouch! That hurts! Are you aware that some people are very good at using a razor blade with a smile? The words that come out of their mouth is so smooth, so sweet and so soft spoken, that it may take you a moment to realize you’ve been cut! While you are standing there bleeding, …

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