Somewhere else in the house; not in the kitchen
Child: Is chips and dip good for breakfast?
Mom: No, it's not a good breakfast.
Ten minutes later mom walks out into kitchen. Chips and dip on table.
Child walks in: Please don't judge me.
Mom's aside: At least she said please.
How easy is it for us to judge others. We see someone wealthy, skinny, driving a Mini Cooper, and of course, they must be happy. Someone fat, has to be lazy. Someone with a disability, must be a burden. Someone old, living in a subsidized housing, has absolutely no value. Someone who collects guns, must be irresponsible. Someone homeless, label them worthless.
Please don't judge, me or anyone else.