Non-Judgment Week

by Maggie on March 13, 2013

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I’m taking one day to stray from my usual gluten-free, tummy-pleasing, made with love recipes.

Starting March 17th, my friend Heidi over at The Conscious Perspective is hosting a Non-Judgment week. For seven days, we’re going to be judgment-free.

As members of the allergy community, I know you know what it feels like to be judged.  We are constantly judged for the choices we make about the food we eat.  Constantly judged for the decisions we make for our children.  And constantly judged for the food we bring to family dinners, birthday parties, and other social gatherings.

I think it’s time to take a break from all of that, don’t you?  At least for seven days, if not for good.

Instead why don’t we support each other?  We could congratulate each other for making positive changes, for prioritizing our health, and for empowering ourselves and our families.

Here’s what Heidi has to say about Non-Judgment week:

 Just for 7 days:

  • Don’t assume that the way you do something, or would do something, is the best way.
  • Don’t criticize others choices or lifestyles.
  • Don’t scoff at someone who has different opinions than you.

Just for 7 days…. Can you do it?

Click here to sign up for Non-Judgment Week, and please spread the word.  A judgment-free world is the kind of world I want my kids to live in.

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Zoe March 13, 2013 at 8:01 am

I signed up, Maggie! :) Thank you for posting about it.

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skylor (@sprout lifestyle) March 13, 2013 at 2:37 pm

This is great. It’s very important to understand the weight of judgement and the ware and tare it has on us… not just when we are judged, but when we are the ones doing the judging. THis is very important!

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Marty March 13, 2013 at 5:40 pm

Perfect. I try and remember this quote when I get stuck in my perspective rut.

“There are simultaneous, contradictory yet equally valid perspectives.” — Dr. Michael Mamas

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dawn March 13, 2013 at 7:35 pm

Hey fun. Plus try not judging yourself! Get way to feel loved.

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Kim - Cook It Allergy Free March 14, 2013 at 10:01 am

I love this! I am in!! :D What a great great idea…. Thanks for sharing my friend. I have been working hard to do this in my own life as it is.

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