The 9 Types Of Judgers
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The 9 Types Of Judgers

Learning to be carefree and confident.

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The 9 Types Of Judgers

It is human nature to make observations about those around us. Furthermore, we all have our own individual opinions of their choices. Everyone is entitled to their free speech and freedom of expression and there are those who embrace that to its fullest and those who don't. Insecure people find the way that makes them most comfortable being in public while secure people just put on their shades and "block out the haters."

1. The anonymous judger.

Lurking in the corners of malls and Disneyland, the Anonymous Judger lends his/her eye to help reassure people they are being too expressive. They are the first to notice when someone is doing something out of the norm but is the last to say something about it. They judge the people they don't know which gives them this sense of anonymity. When you feel like you don't know someone it can be easier to pass judgements without blemishing the positive view you have of yourself.

2. Secret judger.

The one friend who is always gossiping about who did what and who did who. The friend who is nice to everyone's face; however, behind the back dishes all of the judgement saved up on a platter.

3. Open judger.

Open Judgers can be spotted because everyone knows if there is something to be talked about this person is all over it. Judging comes as naturally to them as breathing and it is obvious to everyone. This is not the person anyone would go to with advice of a private matter because they would not only gossip about it, but they also will get on their high horse and look down on you.

4. Partner judgers.

They always come in pairs or groups and seem to always agree. Someone can walk in the room and in two seconds this duo will have already gotten all the way down to the "tacky socks that push the outfit over the edge."

5. Confrontational judger.

These are those that will openly call someone out for their outfit mishap. At times a little honesty is nice, but this kind of judger is one who is out for blood. From whatever motivation — many times being insecurity and attempt to make themselves feel better or if they just enjoy putting others down, nobody likes this judger.

6. Competitive judgers.

Those who make comparative observations are the competitive judgers. These people pass judgments on people based on their own evaluation of themselves.

7. The self-proclaimed least judgmental person ever.

"I'm so chill."

"No Judgment."

"No but seriously I'm not judging you ... but."

Many times those who feel the need to reiterate how not judgmental are the ones who judge the most.

8. Double standard judgers.

The people who do things you think are way worse than anything you could be judged for yet they sit there and act like they are better than everyone else. The Double Standard Judgers hold their self-image with the highest regard and undoubtedly believe in their choices while simultaneously judging others.

9. Non-judgers.

Although to an extent everyone has their ties of judgement whether on the receiving or sending end, there are those who do not judge. Those who feel truly secure with themselves feel no need to pass judgments on others. The Non-Judgers just do their own thing and expect others to do their own thing.

Through insecurity, people are pushed to follow negative characteristics within themselves. Passing judgements simply doesn't make sense. People who are insecure just want to be accepted. People who are insecure just want to be liked, yet somehow putting others down makes that happen? The logic just isn't there. Judging people for their actions and choices comes out of a place of hate. It is not "cool" to hate. Instead of judging, see and appreciate people for who they are. Whoever someone chooses to be that is their choice and their choice alone. Not only is it important to not judge people, it is important to learn to love these differences, and instead of tolerating their unique qualities, embrace them.

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