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12.11.2010 01:17 EST

None of us appreciate being judged by others. We are all human, and we all have faults as well as good qualities. By avoiding judgement in your daily life now, you will cultivate a positive attitude and a lack of judgement in your future relationships. A good friend of mine recently started working with the mentally disabled -- this is a person who has been guilty of making snap judgements in the past which kept her in a sour mood, not to mention that she missed out on some amazing relationships just because of prejudice. She wasn't terribly excited to work with handicapped people, but went into the job with a positive attitude, mostly so she could maintain employment. She has made great friends with many of her patients, and has learned some incredible life lessons and relationship skills from them. This exposure to people whom she would normally judge has improved her mood, her attitude towards life, and the relationships she's made in her personal life in unimaginable ways. She has become a happy person with solid friendships and a healthy love relationship. This is just one example -- all of us could benefit from avoiding snap judgements -- which are so easy to make, but also quite poisonous to our mental health and well-being.

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