"I don't like to pass judgment on Miley Cyrus. Generally, people need to lighten up about pop music - it's about entertainment," the singer [Lady Gaga], who opened the VMAs with a performance of her new song "Applause," reportedly told The Sun. "It is here to make you smile and make you happy. Especially in America, there is an excessive dragging of female artists, and I don't want to contribute to that." – Huffington Post. This week we discuss why we judge friends. Do you feel judged by your friends? Do you find yourself judging your friends? I’ve been judged (negatively) and it doesn't feel good. And I’ve judged friends at times, and that doesn’t feel any better. Strong judgments range from close friends to celebrities. Ask yourself, why are you judging your close friends? Envy? Listen to the show, “Confessions of an Envious Friend.” Tabloids define a celebrity’s character by catching an off-the-cuff “photo op” outside a club or while they’re grocery shopping, etc. Too drunk, what’s up with this new look/boyfriend/weight?
Discernment – wisdom, clear sightedness - however, is a measured and well thought out opinion. Go to www.superfriendgroups.com to read full blog. Remember… a great friend starts with you!
Gaga pics: Artprop Gaga, Andrea Wilson, And1891; Cyrus: Angela George, calmdownlove. All Wikimedia Commons.
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