What would you do differently if you knew nobody would judge you?

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  1. ChilliWilly profile image59
    ChilliWillyposted 10 years ago

    What would you do differently if you knew nobody would judge you?

  2. THE DIVINE YOU. profile image61
    THE DIVINE YOU.posted 10 years ago

    Judge more empathically! Judge in understanding and mercy.

  3. profile image0
    mimilove91posted 10 years ago

    everyone juges each other but the courage is to be yourself ... i rather stand out and be my ownself then trying to blend in with the world.

  4. mummibear profile image60
    mummibearposted 10 years ago

    I would probably really express my opinion

  5. suncat profile image62
    suncatposted 10 years ago

    I would write a whole lot more hubs.

    May be even a book or I would do nothing at all. Well that depends on whether I had the finances...

    May be I would just call random people on the phone to wish them happy weekend smile))

  6. Ashantina profile image60
    Ashantinaposted 10 years ago

    Maybe go to the store topless on a hot summers day!! lol

  7. Lisa HW profile image63
    Lisa HWposted 10 years ago

    I wouldn't do anything differently.  I'd just stop thinking up ahead of time the conversations that could potentially occur between me and the person who judged whatever I do/did, and trying to to think up ways to justify/explain my good reasons for what I do (in my attempts to prevent unfair judgment for actions that are misunderstood).  In other words, I'd stop letting other people's harsh judgment of me become one of the "inner voices in my head" and spending my brain time defending myself to myself.

    (By the way, I know one answer is stop caring what others think.  Much of the time I don't.  When it comes to dealing with "judger" we need to relate to on a regular basis, it isn't that easy because judgers "relate back" from their point of unfair (and often ignorant/premature) judgment, and that doesn't make for healthy, two-way, relating.

    A spin-off answer to the above point might be to get anyone who judges out of our lives; but until people stop judging other people, that pretty much means getting everyone out of our lives - which isn't the healthiest thing either.)

    I think, for a lot of people, it can be easy not to care how strangers judge us.  Not caring how the people in our lives judge us can be more challenging because it means not being able to relate to them the way we should.)

    So, what I'd do differently would be able to stop spending so much time in a "defense mode", even when I'm by myself and only "imagining up" what harsh judgment will be headed my way over one thing or another.

  8. phoenix_028@yahoo profile image60
    phoenix_028@yahooposted 10 years ago

    Be myself my totally 100.5% self. To be able to express and show the real me smile

  9. Right On Time profile image61
    Right On Timeposted 10 years ago

    Answer this question for the second time.                                        .

  10. profile image0
    ssaulposted 10 years ago

    Not a fighting thing, I live to suit myself, if someone doesn't like it, then too bad, I wouldn't change for nobody but myself!

  11. profile image0
    reeltaulkposted 10 years ago

    absolutely nothing!!!  There judgements only have the power to exist if you acknowledge it or whatever they have uttered is true.  One way or the other you should be proud of your actions as well as content in knowing you will take responsibility accordingly.

    Vonda G. Nelson


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