You don’t get to judge me! (or do you?)

Mon 9 Sep 2013, 9:58 am

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I have a lot on my plate this morning, but will try to fill in this post soonest. Meanwhile, watch this delicious video which I think is MUCH more interesting viewed in light of REBT and General Semantics than in light of the politics or the personalities involved. Why is this an IMPORTANT REBT lesson? How many irrational beliefs and distorted thoughts can you identify in this video? Hint: There are about a bzillion!  cool

This piece is turning out to be longer and more difficult to write than I anticipated.  I’m  work’in on it!  Meanwhile, what I wanted to explore is what this idea of “judgment”  (or “no judgments”) means in contemporary society, and–generalizing a bit here–why liberals and conservatives tend to talk past one another in the way they use this concept to advance their personal and world view.

In this video, what do you think Mr. Weiner means when he says, “You don’t get to judge me!” ?  Your observations and opinion matter here.  Please share.

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Originally posted 2013-09-08 20:05:28.

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