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Casting Judgement

Casting Judgement

It's easy to be judgemental of others nowadays. Judgment is a signal that someone's behaviour is unusual or out of context to your particular in-group.

In today's mobile, digitally facilitated world, judgment can take on new, toxic forms.

When you silently cast judgment on someone from afar based on an Instagram story, you don't get feedback from other people.

Digital platforms incite and prioritize outrage and conflict.

While judgments help signal social norms and allow us to identify our people, mean-spirited critiques are unproductive.


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Look Inward

Look Inward

If you're motivated to stop hurtful critiques, you have to evaluate their source

Ask yourself why you're upset by this behaviour or what purpose your anger or annoyance serves in this instance.

Reframe judgmental thoughts.

Look back on previous moments of judgment and think about what you could do better next time.


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Practice Curiosity, Compassion, and Empathy

Practice Curiosity, Compassion, and Empathy

  • When people buck social conventions, those casting judgments are often quick to be offended before considering a reason why someone else is engaging in that behaviour.
  • Curiosity is the antidote for judgment.
  • Think about how the person you're judging knows about their behaviour or beliefs that you don't know.


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Stay In Your Lane

Stay In Your Lane

  • Focus on what you can control.
  • Many human behaviours are actions signalling to others what kind of person you are or what group you belong to.
  • You can't make somebody value the things you value, but you can gently demonstrate that valuing them makes the world a better place.


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