Guess what? All people are judgmental and there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s normal to judge and be judged.
Research shows that within the first SEVEN SECONDS of meeting someone, all people will make judgments about who they think that person is and if they feel they can trust them. It’s not critical, shallow, unaccepting, or biased . . . it’s just human nature.
The first impression may change when the people get to know each other, but even then, the opinions one person has about another are just that . . . opinions. Judgmental has really become a go-to word to put down anyone who has an opinion that differs from your own.
Just face it . . . everyone is different, and they are going to think whatever way they want. You can’t worry about what other people think. Not everyone is going to like you or agree with what you say or do. Just accept that. Don’t label someone as judgmental just because they have their own opinions.
If you feel someone is being judgmental toward you, most likely you have an insecurity about yourself. Fix it within yourself. Make a change if you feel you need to, but don’t worry about what other people think. You can’t control anyone except yourself. Run your own race. You control You.