Judgemental People Quotes

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Sometimes, this disapproval of how you are managing your pain crosses over to disbelief that
“Sometimes, this disapproval of how you are managing your pain crosses over to disbelief that you are in as much pain as you say you are. They don’t believe that your pain is a legitimate enough reason to rest or nap or cry or take narcotic medications or not go to work or to go to the doctor. They might think that you are making too big of a deal out of it. They doubt the legitimacy of the pain itself.

This kind of stigma is the source of the dreaded accusation that chronic pain is “all in your head.” It’s as if to say that you are making a mountain out of a molehill.”
Murray J. McAlister

Sonya Huber
“I will be living with chronic pain for the rest of my life. I don’t have the mobility, energy or life options I used to have. I work hard to manage the pain, and I want the medical system to be a respectful and effective partner, not a jailer. The opioid crisis is not my doing.”
Sonya Huber

“One of the easiest things in life is to judge others. One of the simplest things we can ever do is to tell how wrong people are. One of the most thoughtless things we can ever do is to show people their faults unconstructively. It is always so easy and common to do such things but, before you do that, find the uncommon reasons for the faulty life.Yes! before you do that, identify how to correct a faulty life and before you do that, think of what drives and invokes the joy, slothfulness or the melancholy in people. Until you go through what people have been through, until you experience what has become a part of people, until you understand what drives the real interest of people and until you become fully aware of the real vision, aspirations, desires and the needs of others, ponder before you criticize!”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

Rasheed Ogunlaru
“When you feel that others are lacking and failing ....
first assess the skill, style, quality, results, mindset,
support, professionalism and spirit with which
you yourself play the game.”
Rasheed Ogunlaru

“The uncomfortable, as well as the miraculous, fact about the human mind is how it varies from individual to individual. The process of treatment can therefore be long and complicated. Finding the right balance of drugs, whether lithium salts, anti-psychotics, SSRIs or other kinds of treatment can be a very hit or miss heuristic process requiring great patience and classy, caring doctoring. Some patients would rather reject the chemical path and look for ways of using diet, exercise and talk-therapy. For some the condition is so bad that ECT is indicated. One of my best friends regularly goes to a clinic for doses of electroconvulsive therapy, a treatment looked on by many as a kind of horrific torture that isn’t even understood by those who administer it. This friend of mine is just about one of the most intelligent people I have ever met and she says, “I know. It ought to be wrong. But it works. It makes me feel better. I sometimes forget my own name, but it makes me happier. It’s the only thing that works.” For her. Lord knows, I’m not a doctor, and I don’t understand the brain or the mind anything like enough to presume to judge or know better than any other semi-informed individual, but if it works for her…. well then, it works for her. Which is not to say that it will work for you, for me or for others.”
Stephen Fry

“The stigma of chronic pain is one of the most difficult aspects of living with chronic pain. If you have chronic pain, people can sometimes judge you for it.”
Murray J. McAlister

Glennon Doyle
“I surrendered myself to the cages of others' expectations, cultural mandates and institutional allegiances. Until I buried who I was in order to become what I should be. I lost myself when I learned how to please.”
Glennon Doyle, Untamed: Stop Pleasing, Start Living / A Toolkit for Modern Life

Most people you have known or will ever know will look upon you with utter
“Most people you have known or will ever know will look upon you with utter disdain. Why? The strength of your spirit unnerves their fiends.”
A.K. Kuykendall

Amit Kalantri
“People who claim they don't care what others think about them get restless when they know what others are thinking about them.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Kahlil Gibran
“You may judge others only according to your knowledge of yourself.”
Kahlil Gibran, Sand and Foam

Lorraine Hansberry
“MAMA: You must not dislike people ’cause they well off, honey.

BENEATHA: Why not? It makes just as much sense as disliking people ’cause they are poor, and lots of people do that.”
Lorraine Hansberry, A Raisin in the Sun

“Let them judge you
They will judge you and let them judge you. You just don't have to care. Let go of what others think about you and let yourself shine.
Do your thing and keep rolling because you got this.”
Charles E Hudson

“There must be thousands of ways to judge a person but only reason not, to know him better.”
Jayesh Varma

“If you stop being judgemental; everyday you start to see new person with a same name.”
Jayesh Varma

Martha Brockenbrough
“In my opinion, anyone who claims to speak for God is probably talking out of the wrong end, anyway.”
Martha Brockenbrough, The Game of Love and Death

Rasmenia Massoud
“People like to put their paranoia on you to keep you from having the fun they’re afraid to have themselves.”
Rasmenia Massoud, Tied Within

Julia Heaberlin
“Moral high ground is a pleasant place to perch, even if the view turns about to be rather limited, in scope.”
Julia Heaberlin, We Are All the Same in the Dark

Cheryl R. Cowtan
“I had to be strong, for every man and woman in our fair community was here to witness my beloved being put to rest, some with satisfaction, and some with relief. But all would gather an accounting of the events here today, to be relayed at future balls and parlour teas, as a comeuppance for my marrying an outsider.”
Cheryl R Cowtan, Girl Desecrated: Vampires, Asylums and Highlanders 1984

Ellie Kemper
“Some people think they can barge in and give you their opinion even though you didn't ask for it.”
Ellie Kemper, My Squirrel Days

“We are not here to judge each other but to Love One Another.”
Wald Wassermann

“People are the best cameraman. They look at many angles when it comes to judge others mistake but look at the best angle when it comes to judging their own mistakes. Crazy people, crazy world”
Dr.P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar

“You punished me because you love me and you love me because you punished me. In both ways you are JudgeMental”
Dr.P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar

“Just do what you want to make you happy, even if they have something to say and judge, still choose to be a good person.”
Napz Cherub Pellazo

“Just do what you want to make you happy, even if they have something to say and judge you, still choose to be a good person.”
Napz Cherub Pellazo

“Actions whether practical or conversational are just the output of a multitude of mental, emotional and spiritual work.”
Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D, MBA

“I mistook some things for what they are. I remove myself almost to none on account of them not needing to be there. I think of the future and what effects can relate back. I want to be less, than more. Social media is powerful, always be careful how you use it, especially as you grow”
Dean Mackin

“Don't judge my living from your house and don't judge my dreams in your sleep”
Dr.P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar

Stewart Stafford
“Moral stains are wiped clean with the passing of the transgressor. They do not pass down to their descendants or others of the same faith or ethnicity through osmosis. Those using the very notion of inherited guilt as a stick to beat others with are revealing more about their problematic natures than anyone bearing their accusations.”
Stewart Stafford

Ari Gunzburg
“You cannot let someone else’s judgement of you become your verdict. He or she is not judge, jury and executioner.”
Ari Gunzburg, The Little Book of Greatness: A Parable About Unlocking Your Destiny

Frank Sonnenberg
“The only person you’re qualified to judge is yourself.”
Frank Sonnenberg, The Path to a Meaningful Life

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