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Is it normal to judge someone's intelligence in relationship with yours when first meet someone?

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  • Is it normal to judge someone's intelligence in relationship with yours when first meet someone?


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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 18:04
I always do. I cant stand thickies. I have tried chatting to them in a pub say. But its the most restricted conversation. Dull, limited.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 18:19
One can have different abilities, gifts, capacities....but what is most important I feel, is whether we can connect with their heart. Their authenticity. I think people do judge and may jump to conclusions, but it's not fair - because we don't know everything about a person. If people are weak in one area, they may be stronger in another. We really cannot compare and rate..that'd be a tedious and faulty process. Plus it's just not right to do that. We are more than the sum of our parts.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 18:20
It's pretty normal. It's also normal to attempt to find about it and continue to question it. I usually don't treat someone any differently. I'm super big on education and this whole notion of "intelligence" so I mainly look for whether or not the person is super arrogant in regard to their grades and/or test scores, which is why I have a habit of judging. It don't treat them badly, it just helps me decide whether or not I want to be friends with someone who isn't open-minded on the topic of grades and such. Roughly the same intelligence...I can't say I've found anyone like that so I don't have a response, but probably something along the lines of my previous answer

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