Presidential Debates 2012: Where Do You Stand?
The presidential election is right around the corner, and the debates are wrapping up. People either love one candidate and dislike the other, they don’t agree with either, or they’re […]
Whether you are right or wrong, hear how to approach various conflicts on The Dani Johnson Show!
Have you ever had a conversation that ended with some form of, “Oh yeah? Well look who’s talking!” This statement would usually conclude a passionate discussion between disagreeing parties. Consider a situation between a husband and wife: as the husband commented on a noted imperfection in his wife, the wife retorts. Her response was formed as a justified opinion, after taking her husband’s own defects into consideration. Both responses have a name: judgment.
The “J” word is not a popular subject since it is an issue that most struggle with. The majority of people point fingers, blaming others for the various curve balls life throws. It is a widely accepted behavior and justified form of a second-grade level issue. Think about it. Judgement has left the playground and has entered politics, church congregations, marriages, schools, the list goes on.
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