Judging a Situation without Hearing Both Sides

Certain members of a social group can listen to an opposing (and not always truthful) side of a dispute and choose to believe the opposing version without approaching their other associates to hear the full story. I have reasearched why this occurs.

This subject has also been raised by clients during consultations so these occurrences inspired me to do further research.

Read This If You Have Been Judged By Others Who Have Not Heard The Full Story

They’re entertained by the bullying. 30 Lucia. The bully could be a friend or even a family member, so they may feel obligated not to say anything.

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