Five Ways Women Put Each Other Down

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7 Responses

  1. Sheryl says:

    I can’t say I am innocent by any stretch of the imagination. I have fallen victim to being mean. I think it is important to realize that your behavior is unbecoming. Then you can work on changing it to become a better person. Thanks for sharing.

  2. You make some excellent points. We should all take the time to consider them.

  3. Laura says:

    Love this post! I think it is good insight on how women can be so cruel to each other as well as ourselves. It’s important to recognize if we are ever doing it and to not encourage this type of behavior, either. Thanks for sharing your input!

  4. T Austin says:

    This is a great post! I’m on a 7 day judgement cleanse 🙂 I’ve committed to suspending my judgements about others for at least a full seven days. It’s amazing how many thoughts you have in a day that are negative!

  5. Wow, so much truth here. I’d love to see more women look to build each other up instead of looking for flaws and judging each other’s decisions about work, parenting, sexuality, and so many other things. Thanks for this challenge!

  6. Danielle says:

    you’re right! it is sad how women are sort of known for being catty and rude to each other! And it’s accepted as normal today so it’s just done. Thank you for opening our eyes to something that needs to change!

  7. jill conyers says:

    Sad but true at some point in all of our lives. I wonder why women do this?