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There are many categories of people we shouldn't judge but that face judgment all too often.

I personally feel that our world is too full of judgment and not filled enough with understanding or the willingness to hear others' stories.

Here are a few categories of people we shouldn't judge, especially if we've never walked in their shoes.

1. Divorcees

One of the categories of people we shouldn't judge are divorcees.

I have heard many people criticize those who get divorced as ruining the sanctity of marriage and family;

however, people divorce for many reasons.

Oftentimes divorce is a healthier alternative than is remaining in a turbulent, manipulative, or abusive relationship.

Don't be so quick to judge someone who has been through a divorce!

2. Suicide Victims

Many people are quick to judge suicide victims as weak and selfish, but this is rarely the case.

Many suicide victims suffer from severe depression and see themselves more as a burden to their loved ones than a blessing, and feel that by disappearing they are doing others a favor.

They may also not seek help for their suicidal thoughts for many reasons including being seen as weak, not knowing what help exists or how to seek it, etc.

Suicide is a terribly tragedy, (and should not be seen as an option because there is always help!), but if you do know of someone who committed suicide, do not be so quick to judge them.

3. Sex Workers

Did you know that between 60-70% of sex workers and prostitutes were sexually abused as children?

Most actually try to escape their work but fail at doing so for a number of reasons including, but not limited to, threats, violence, etc.

In addition to this, Dr.

Robert Brannon from the National Organization for Men Against Sexism reports that roughly 89% of prostitutes would like to escape their work immediately.

So don't judge;

you don't know her story.

Source: nomas.org

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