Can We Just Admit We Judge Other Women? – 203

Can We Just Admit We Judge Other Women? - 203
Dr. Zoe Shaw, A Year of Self-Care

Dar and Julie podcast promo picHumanity has a natural tendency to judge others—and often, it seems, women are the worst offenders.

Why do we do it? How do we stop? These are the questions that Darlene and Julie unpack in this week’s podcast episode on judgment. They discuss the different areas of life in which women are prone to judge others, the reasons we do it, and why we should think twice before casting off any opinions or unwarranted labels.

It’s easy to fall into the trap of pointing fingers at the way others fall short, but it ends up revealing a battle with our pride and insecurities. We hope this episode encourages you to extend grace before judgment. Remember, someone could do the same to you!

Quote of the episode:

“At the end of the day, judging someone else does not define them—it defines you.” —Darlene Brock

Resources

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