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What's wrong with judgement?

Posted by backseatdriver on September 2, 2009, at 17:06:15

Hey Babblers,

I've noticed a pattern in some recent postings, mine about money included.

We seem quick to want to claim that even when something about our therapist makes us uncomfortable, we try not to be judgmental.

So I want to turn the question differently and ask: What's wrong with judgment?

People are commonly lauded for showing "good judgment", and a "good judge of character" is a wonderful thing to be.

So what is wrong with taking a position on someone or something? What is the difference, as you see it, between good judgment and just being judgmental -- especially when it comes to our Ts?

Your thoughts? I'm looking forward to reading and learning from you.





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