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Judge not, lest you be judged for judging

“Social situations make people feel self-conscious about what they wear and what they eat to the point where they feel they’re being judged for every morsel that touches their lips,” Martin Binks, director of behavioral health at the Duke Diet and Fitness Center, said in a university news release.

In fact, overweight and obese people are often nervous and anxious during the holiday season because they’re worried they don’t have the willpower to resist the many temptations. Some put a lot of effort into avoiding social gatherings or certain foods or eating triggers, and others say they can sense the judgmental attitudes of other people.


Christianity and secular humanism/liberalism: Judge not, lest you be judged.

Reality: Judge, for you are judged, especially on your ability to judge. Morons approve moronic behavior, and smart people decline it.

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