Monday, 11 January 2016


Judging people is a natural part of you. When you meet a person for the first time, your brain comes up with an idea of what that person could be like, whether it's positive or negative. Judging people is not the problem, it's voicing your initial judgement that's the problem. If you see someone wearing a hoodie and walking behind you while you're on your own in the dark, you're probably going to feel a little worried. Many people do. However, that person may be kinder than a lot of people you actually know, you just get negative vibes from the way that person looks. You can't help feeling this way, but it's important to not let that first encounter determine your whole opinion on the person. 

A lot of this 'judgement' issue is found in school. If someone chooses to listen to a song that's not to your taste, you will think "I don't like that song." However, it is rude to say: "what is this crap? Who even listens to this?" Imagine how that person feels to be told that their taste in music (which makes them feel happy and good about themselves) is "crap" in the eyes of other people. Simply let the person get on with their own life and if they ask for your opinion then politely say it! There's no need for mean comments about a person's taste in music/fashion/books/games. It doesn't make you better than them, you just come off as rude.

So, in short: don't act like you know someone based on your first encounter and don't put people down because of their taste. Everyone is different, and just because they're not the same as you it doesn't mean that they're wrong. No-one's right. There's no 'right' band to listen to, no 'right' show to watch and no 'right' place to shop. I want you all to know that if you are different then that's okay because an original is worth far more than a copy.

Thank you all for reading. I hope you all have a lovely day. xx

1 comment:

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