It goes without saying that everyone of us has experienced being judged at some point in our lives. A lot of us might have even shaped our behaviors, actions, and personalities to try to ward off the harsh opinions of other people. At this point, we can say for sure that not being everyone’s cup of tea is inevitable to one’s life no matter who you are. However, despite this being a part of everyone’s lives, not everyone has a deeper understanding of what leads to these harsh words and thoughts, which shouldn’t be the case since having more knowledge on why people judge others might help individuals deal with it better. It might even help us comfort our friends and loved ones who are affected by this phenomenon. This article has been made for this very purpose. It is important to note that this tackles irrational, harmful, and unnecessary judgement, not simple differences in opinion, disagreement, or constructive criticism, as there is a fine line between these two that not everyone is able to differentiate.
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