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Oct 27, 2020

"The more you judge, the more you compare. The more you compare, the more you judge. It goes and goes - and if we do this we will find that we are constantly assessing other people and how we fall in relation to them." - Danielle Craig

For many people, comparison is a tricky game. We spend hours scrolling our social media feeds comparing our homes, partners and even our children.

Danielle has talked about how comparison steals joy and tricks to stop, but today she is talking about an underlying cause of comparison - judgement.

In this episode, you'll learn how judgement is negatively impacting the way we feel about ourselves.

You'll also learn:

- What to do when you start to judge someone
- How forgiveness can help you see people in a new light
- Why it's important to understand everyone has their own circumstances, tools and traumas

Resources Mentioned:

Alissa Parker's episode

More episodes on comparison:

Comparing Real Life to Highlight Reels

Comparison is the Thief of Joy






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