Since most of us do make judgments about a person's behavior, why not consider making those judgments favorable and positive. For example, a friend agrees to meet with you for tea but is not present at the agreed time. Rather than conclude your friend is inconsiderate or "always late" shift the judgment toward the positive thinking she is delayed by traffic or is simply running behind that day. Another example could be that of a friend who does not return a text message promptly. Instead of leaping to the conclusion the friend is inconsiderate or rude, judge favorably assuming your friend may have been preoccupied with a urgent matter.
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