Making assumptions about people is easy. However, believing your assumptions tell you a whole story about who they are can sometimes mislead you.
Your assumptions could come from interactions you’ve had with them directly, or stories you’ve heard from others.
They could come from memories of who they may have been in the past, or beliefs you subscribe to today.
However, people can change over time, and we often don’t know a whole person simply from the small slice of them we may see.
Certain people are very different depending up the environment they are in, or the people they are with.
Some people are different in the privacy of their own home, or in their most intimate relationships.
It is not our place to judge others.
It is our place to decide who we want to be surrounded by.
Just because we may not want to be around certain people, does not make them bad, simply not a fit for us.
So the next time you find yourself filling in all the blanks about who someone is, consider allowing them to fill in those spaces for you, and then decide if they are a good fit for you or not.