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Chapter four the. Why
I'm better than you I feel
we need to confess I shaved,
how do we do?
sometimes not all,
time mind you, I
down in the shower and see my big toe sprouting locks long enough to break
It's embarrassing sure, but a quick,
wipe of my razor returns, my toe knuckles to their usual silky, smooth glory, none
This would be such an epic admission for me to make
that I once made fun of a girl and freshman year, english class for doing
Poor guy. I feel it
such a jerk even now, a hundred and fifty years later, friends. Let me pay
a quick picture of myself in high school. I was
solid twenty pounds heavier. I work
those from the goodwill, and I was the press-
then of the drama club. I
someone who teased others. I was someone who got teased.
But there was that one instance when I did tease
the one and only time in my memory that I actively made fun of some one else, maybe
That's why it sticks out in my brain, maybe
that's why it's still feels so shameful woke
all this girl she Mina
actual name is Tina, but I'm trying to write in code here.
Was the girl, who always seem totally confident and herself she developed breast,
breasts and a sense of humor light years before the rest of us and she was
popular in a way, I would never be one.
And missus your caddies english class, when we were so
Was to be riding a paper on Sorrento Hurseton Schmidt
mentioned something about shaving. Her toes
I dont know why she mentioned it. I assume popular girl share grooming tidbits, the way the rest of US mortals talk about the weather, but anyway, while
didn't say anything to her directly. I talked so
much smack about it. My best friend later that day, who,
what shaves their feet. More importantly
who has Harry Digits in need of shaving Schmidt,
clearly has some kind of glandular disease. She's, not copying. Two went every day
Gillis conversation most people
would have forgotten about a conversation like that by now, but it keeps
haunting me years later, because the whole time I was mocking Sh Mina and her Harry Toes, I was,
holy shit now too,
this day hand to God. Whenever I looked down at my big toe and see that it's looking a little shaggy, I
think about what a jerk my teenage self was right.
It's one number one harry digits ray
phone number to hypocrisy
A story about Harry Toes, a girl named Mina and the ad
us an answer. I should have really worked through with a licence. Therapist years ago may seem like the most frivolous topic ever, but then I
dare say that tearing down other women is usually based on something, no less frivolous, then the
securities of our fourteen year old selves.
Why do we do it ladys? Why do we gossip
Why do we rag on each other?
Why do we say hello on Sunday morning with the same tongues we used to lash others behind their backs a few days later. Does it
because feel better about ourselves. Does it mean
Us feel safer to mock someone who has stepped outside the parameters we deem acceptable. If we can pay
out, there flaws,
does doing so diminish our own. Of course, it doesn't in fact
The stones we most often try and fling at others are the ones that have been thrown at us.
Have you ever shaved your toes.
And what I really mean by that is: have you ever
made fun of someone else. Have you ever
pointed your finger and their direction and ignored the three other fingers on your hand, pointing
back at you.
We ve all been there, but
does it make it. Ok,.
Bringing others down, won't elevate. You
recognising that all words have power, even the ones whispered behind someone's back.
Is how you would just your behavior.
A few weeks ago there was a woman on my plane from allay to Chicago
she and her husband were travelling with two boys, the younger?
of whom was about for her.
Was also the worst behave. Child I've ever seen.
Before we even pulled back from the gate he was screaming and I
don't mean a wine or a protest
I mean screaming bloody murder about having to sit in a sea when he wanted to run around
his mother had to forcibly hold him in the chair for at least half an hour while he
hollered to be released.
Everyone on the plane, myself included, was miserable until he stopped
but a little while later, when I got up to go to the restroom, I
saw why he finally quieted
he'd been given a big bag of gummy worms to happily eat his way through friends,
I will be honest with you. I was disgusted. First of all, as
strict parent who was raised by strict parents, listen
and him scream. I thought oh heck, no, author,
take off. I was thinking about his mom.
Thinking about how she needed to discipline him better. Have boundaries. Get support from her spouse
and when I saw that she'd rewarded his bad behaviour and with sugar key
you mean near the cross, Lord Jesus, I kept thinking there
woman doesn't have a clue later
baggage claim. I saw the family again
four year old was wild, jumpy
upon the stop luggage belt hitting
brother and running around in circles, while everyone stared
It is wrong with his mother. I kept thinking. Why doesn't she get a handle on him then
saw her standing next to the luggage carousel utterly exhausted.
When I really looked at her
saw she was near tears.
Looking bewildered and totally overwhelmed,
her husband were the same, shall shocked expression as their son ran in circles around them
and a gentle voice reminded me, Rachel you'd,
don't know their story.
Was so humble
and my ignorance. Maybe
The little boy had special needs that made it hard for him to control his impulses. Maybe.
Who had struggled and foster homes for most of his young life, something I should be grateful about, given what we
we ve been through. Maybe this little boy was just badly
maybe this little boy was just badly behaved and his parents were struggling to discipline him because been older son had been so easy to manage at this age,
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Whatever the reason I will never know, because
instead of asking or offering the benefit of the doubt, I can
ass. My judgment on her before I even ask myself why things might be this way when
in judging other women
It's been on my heart for a while. It's something
I've tried a rat my brain around fully, so I could put it into words.
I see it all around me in so many different ways and that poor, tired mama on the flight to Chicago reminded me of
What I want to say what,
I want to say, is that we all judge each other.
Even though we all do it. That's not an excuse
Judging is still one of the most hurtful spiteful impulses we own and our judgments keep
From building a stronger tribe,
or from having a tribe in the first place.
Our judgment prohibits ass from beautiful life, affirming friendship, our judgment,
keeps us from connecting and deeper richer ways, because we're too
stuck on the surface level. Assumptions we ve made Ladys are judging has to stop
So does our compulsion to compete with everyone around us.
Let me give an example of that too, when
heard that some of my girlfriends were going to run the Nike women's half marathon in San Francisco. I was excited
For some of them it was their first race.
I was also overjoyed because it would involve a weekend trip somewhere,
Amply play invited myself along for the ride the plan,
for us to leave on Friday Drive
five hours between away and s, f, hang
in town on Saturday then run the race and drive home on Sunday. Wait scratch that
They would run the race ah
stand on the side of the road and clap for them while they jogged by this fell.
Especially interesting, because I am a runner and
more than that I
competitive about running
like to challenge myself. I liked it
I bigger and better races I like to beat
personal record and push myself to be the best. What I do
Do not like
What I had never actually done is cheering
For others, while they do something, I am fully capable of doing right along with them. I kept thinking
what, if I didn't mean to prove myself in this situation, what if
making myself into someone better has
what to do with my willingness to be of service than my willingness to compete
I went to San Francisco. In fact, I'd do
Rove everyone to San Francisco, because I figured the last thing I want. If I were about to run, thirteen miles would be
the drive four hundred miles.
It's worth saying that, while I did all of this and had so much stinking fun with the Ladys
didn't always have a good attitude about my willingness to be a cheerleader.
On Sunday morning when everyone headed out bright and early to the starting line? I got my
of together and headed in the other direction
five mile marker about twitter,
Minutes into my journey, I realized it was unlikely that I would get a cab at six, a m on a Sunday morning.
This time, I realise that walking alone in the dark in downtown s, F might be. One of the dumbest things have ever done.
I legitimately thought at one point c,
This is what happens when you try and do something nice. You
murdered on the streets of an unknown city.
It pretty dramatic when I'm in fear for my life and haven't had any coffee anyway at
point, I decided to turn around and head for the finish line since walking
felt safer than walking two mile five turns out. Why
to the finish line met walking up approximately thirty
two hills that were taller than some mountains. I know
sweaty and grouchy by the time I arrived grumbling under my breath about the whole ordeal and thinking why on earth
did I agree to do this. Then I saw
my first elite marathon runner alive,
marathon runners, are those soup or humans who run a race and like five minutes they look,
cheat as or gazelles as they fly down the road and they are truly breathtaking to behold.
As someone who ran twelve and a half minute miles and my first marathon elite female
Nurse by comparison run like six or seven minute miles. I would
Since I'm always so far behind these athletes in the race. I've never been able to see one
stood there and watch one after another sprint by Anne felt
so less to see them in action for the two.
And a half hours that followed. I
stood in that exact, spot and cheered on strangers. I
lab non. Stop my skill,
The preachers daughter finally coming into play,
screamed until my throat with sore, I yelled all the things that encourage me when I hear them from the sidelines during a race
You are so strong you're, almost there,
you can do this, and the
last. One is something I've never heard, but always tell myself when it gets hard. During a run. I
over and over again, when ever I saw someone who looked ready to drop, you ve lived,
through tougher things than this don't give up now: five
really it was there and that exact spot, though I
Not from mile twelve in their first ever half measures,
You can see it in a picture. Someone shot of us
You can see it in a picture. Someone shot of us
screaming, like a maniac and try not to throw myself over the fence to attack them with hugs.
I was so proud of them. I was laughing and crying as if their achievement was so
how my own
I jogs alongside them, outside the track wrath.
In the joy of the moment- and I heard God very distinctly say
imagine all of the things you would have missed today. If
only been out here for yourself.
I never would have seen the elite runners.
I never would have been there when my friend Hannah ran her personal Bess. Thirteen
in point one miles and under two hours
I wouldn't have been able to stand next, a joy who put me
cheering to shame
after running her own race. She screamed louder than any one from the sidelines encouraging other runners.
I wouldn't have been there to hug Katy in Brittany. I wouldn't have seen any of it
I would have run another half marathon like I'd done ten times before, and I have nothing to show for it, but a little extra pride and the banana they give you at the end. The first step
getting past the desire to judge and compete is admitting that nobody is immune.
Some of us. We judge and little ways
Rolling our eyes at the way someone is dressed, frowning
at the badly behave child in a girl she store or making.
Assumptions about another mother at school, pick up, who has
serious expression and whereas a suit every day and seems uptight, for others
Gene is a bigger problem.
Parading your little sister, because her views are different from yours
viciously gossiping with other women
making the social media to write hateful things to people. You don't even know simple
because they stepped outside the lines of what you think is good. The set
step is recognising that just because you believe it does
I mean it's true for everyone and
so many instances judgment comes from a place of feeling as though you,
somehow got it all figured out when they do not.
Judging each other actually makes us feel safer in our own choices. Face
is one of the most abused instances of this.
We decide that our religion is right, therefore,
Ray other religion must be wrong.
Within the same religion or hack, even
in the same church
bull judge each other for not being the right kind of Christian Catholic Mormon Jed I
I don't know the central tenet of your faith, but the central
of mine is low
Love thy neighbor if they look and act and think, like you now
love, thy neighbor, so long as they were the right clothes and say the right things, just love them.
Yes, I also believe, and holding each other accountable,
but holding each other accountable, takes place inside community and relationships
holding each other accountable comes from a beautiful place in the heart of friendship them.
To sit down with your friend and ask with love if they ve ever look.
At their own actions in a particular light holding each.
Other accountable comes from apply
is of love. Judgment comes from a place of fear, disdain or even hate.
So be careful about dressing up your judgments is accountability to make your conscience feel better. I have
tirelessly over the last couple of years to create content that caters to women,
have spent numerous hours, trying to figure out exactly what women like us want in life
No, they want
Do you know the number one thing that I hear most
emails about most get asked for advice on most friends how to make friends how to keep friends.
How to cultivate real valuable relationships. That's what women are craving.
That's what they really want and hope for and if that's true, we have to
At the beginning, we
apart from the beginning, and we teach ourselves to keep an open mind.
We began with that, first hello or handshake, and we stop ourselves from making decisions, not founded in fact and experience. We look,
four commonality. Instead of seeking out differences.
We ignore things like hair or clothes, or wait or race or religion or socio economic background. We
Pay attention to things like character and hard
and wisdom and experience and no
it might not be easy, but I promise you it was
will be worth it. You
tribe is out there.
If you haven't, found it. Yet. I challenge you to consider that may be your people come in a different package than you thought they might things that helped me
one non judgmental friends we
some become whoever we surround ourselves with if your friends,
full of gossip and vitriol. I promise
Start to develop the habit when you're looking
for a community of women look for the ones who want to build each other up instead of Terry.
Other down number two
We're already judgmental- and let's be honest, most of us are we have to,
a card on policing ourselves when
I find myself judging someone in my head. I force myself to stop and think of com.
Mince about that person.
By doing this, I'm learning to look for the positive instead of reaching for the negatives number three dealing with it.
Usually our judgment and gossip come from a deep well of our own insecurities git
the bottom of? What's going on with you,
It's making you lash out of others. The first step
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