Never believe in snap judgments
Snap judgments can never be trusted. Do you agree or disagree with the statement? Use reasons and examples to support your opinion.
Two major types of judgments are usually made quickly. Personal decisions can be catastrophic if made without thinking. On the other hand, professional health care workers are definitely trained to make life-changing decisions every day. The wrong personal decision may lead to heartache just as the wrong professional decision could lead to death.
Decision involving marriage, family, and significant others can be heartbreaking. Here, if one does not allow time to see the situation from every side, the results might be devastating. These decisions should not be taken lightly. To get married is a prime example. To take this lightly is foolish. The process of deciding takes time and prudence. These are scenarios that do not have life and death hanging in the balance. So, one should avail herself of time available.
One would certainly hope that decisions made quickly are not always wrong. In fact, if that were true, many of our loved ones would not be here with us now. Doctors, namely those in the emergency rooms around the world, are bombarded by situation that requires
immediate diagnosis and prognosis. If either is wrong, someone may pay with his life. Firemen face danger in the same manner. Rushing into a burning building, turning to the left and to the right, a fireman must absolutely make the right choice, or die. Others depend on him, too. All involved probably know that the stakes are high, any way things go.
The difference between personal and professional decisions is usually twofold. The level of training one has prior to making life decisions and the worst possible result are both inextricably wound up together. It is, then, wise to think in advance. Lastly, it is good that blanket statements do not always ring true.