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Re: What's wrong with judgement? backseatdriver

Posted by floatingbridge on September 2, 2009, at 23:01:10

In reply to What's wrong with judgement?, posted by backseatdriver on September 2, 2009, at 17:06:15

Hi BSD, what a good question!

I think that being aware of my judgments is good. Many (too many) pass by unnoted and before I know, I'm acting on them--sometimes with good results--sometimes with destructive results (like self-sabotage, or unkindness to others). I like being able to make a judgement--helps me feel my boundaries. Judgments are good to examine too, to see how and what they might serve.

P.S. I've had a few T's that I just didn't jive with. I didn't really like their values--which meant ultimately, unsuccessful therapy. And there were some that didn't like mine! When I confessed my disappointment with my T about his Lexus--well, I liked his response. I respected that I could talk to him and that, in that instance, I could happily let that one go.





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