In your space, focus on being non-judging. Consider a recent difficult experience. Visualize it, and act as an impartial witness to your own experience. Don’t define it or pass judgement, just observe it in your mind, no need to make any sense of it, your thoughts, feelings and actions or the other people involved behaviour.
Going forward, utilize this practice to become more aware of the constant stream of judging and reacting to inner and outer experience. Learning to let go of the automatic judgments that arise in your mind with each experience you encounter can be refreshing. When you stop trying to react, it allows you to open up and puts your mind at ease. In addition, it allows you to just be present and enjoy life in each and every moment.
This is also called mindfulness and it will help you see more clearly.