Before you know the details do you have your "take" on the situation?
Like it is ALWAYS wrong to leave a child alone in the car. (What if the was 30ft away to drop mail in the box?)
It is wrong to talk to teenage girls about baby names. (What if they are in a health class about to do egg babies?)
Answer by Alexias30 at 1:20 PM on Mar. 18, 2011
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Answer by butterflyblue19 at 1:26 PM on Mar. 18, 2011
Everyone judges... it is instinctual to make a judgment... it is survival.... do I need to step in? do I need to leave? do I need to help?
What REALLY COUNTS is how you behave.
YES... I make judgements EVERY day... but it is how I react/respond to the people Im making judgements about.
Answer by Anonymous at 1:27 PM on Mar. 18, 2011
I wouldn't really be aware of a mom running to the mail box or a class project two teens are discussing. And I have left my son in the car while I checked the mail box. I did not leave the car running because I am paranoid. Not of him getting out of his booster seat but of someone jumping on the car. Somewhat very unlikely, I have an active imagination, but I did say I am paranoid. I guess out of habit I realize there are more than just two sides to every situation. I'm not the type to dog a mom in my mind if her child is having a tantrum in the restaurant or store. I do have negative thoughts about say a situation where a mom is calling her child stupid and asking what the Hell is wrong with him, can't do anything right, ect... in a booth in front of us. Or the dad who slaps his son across the face in the park while telling him he is retarded. So to be fair to the question - I guess I do pick and choose when I judge.
Answer by frogdawg at 1:27 PM on Mar. 18, 2011