Entries tagged with “Judgment”

9 Ways to Reduce Anxiety Right Here, Right Now

There are many tools and techniques you can use to manage and eliminate anxiety and worry effectively. Here, experts share healthy ways to cope with and reduce anxiety right here, right now in this moment.

Ask Yourself: 6 Questions About Judging Others

Modern culture practically demands that we have strong opinions on everything, including people we don’t know. Before you pound your gavel, consider these heartfelt questions about judging others.

Got Difficult People in Your Life? Think of Them as Teachers

Ask yourself the question, “What are they trying to teach me?”

Managing the Invisible Space in Relationships

Clear your negative thoughts and align with a more loving and warm-hearted energy before you speak or act.

Reflections on Judgment

I’m too judgmental. It is a bad habit (there I go again!), one I learned from my family, where criticism far outweighed compliments. I went to a liberal arts college to learn criti…

Stereotypes Affect Our Predictions

The decisions we make for others can be skewed by how we perceive a group.

What Should We Do With Our Judgment of Others?

“The impulse with judgment is usually to shame the person we are judging, to make fun of them or ostracize them. This is not an adaptive response.”