Dealing with judgemental people can be tricky. It’s all too easy to get sucked into their conversation or to be offended by their judgements. How you deal with it matters to you.
Does being judgemental yourself make you feel happy? Ask yourself if being judgemental of others sits right with you. Is it a positive aspect of thinking or speaking?
People are different, one mould does not fit all. However being judgemental or being affected by judgemental people can be harmful to your positivity journey.
Everyone is judgemental to an extent. What matters is your focus on it.
Do you really need to put the world to rights by being opinionated and judging others actions? Let go and let live. Speak from the heart, your true self, your positive self.
Do you ever find yourself in a conversation which just escalates? Peoples opinions can be strong, everyone has the right to have an opinion. The best opinion to have is a positive one, a happy opinion.
It’s basic Law of Attraction again, the more happy thoughts you have the more things you will to be happy for. Conversations will flow, life will flow.
Walk away, don’t get involved with the drama and negativity. Step away in the other direction and don’t be sucked into the negative discussions. Who are we to judge someone else? Why is someones way better than others?
We are all individuals and a lot more respect should be practised.
This is where sometimes events and socialising with people feel like weddings, pleasantries are shared but the underlying negative judgement can linger in the air.
Live your life the way you want to, it doesn’t have to be perfect and people will always judge but make your thoughts about it lean towards the positive, not the negative.
Push aside any guilt of judging the judgemental and walk away.
Don’t sink to their level. Be strong, be you, stay true to yourself. Respect yourself and others. Keep looking for the good and you will see more of the good.
People are not born judgemental, it is how they have lost track of their inner sense of calm through thought habits.
Focus on the people around you that love and support you.
Work out who in your life are actually friends and who are just mere acquaintances as there is a massive difference. Invite your loved ones into your life and welcome them with open arms as these are the people that really matter.
If you recognise you are an extreme judger then do something about it. Criticise yourself for a change and make small positive changes to your thoughts, then more and more changes. Think about how you could say something different to be more positive. Think about how you could think with more kindness. Give it a go, you may just feel a lot better about yourself and others.
It’s individuals that can make a positive difference to the world.