Howdy! There is a reason you are reading this, and that your feelings were hurt, or you were happy, or that a, b or c pissed you off. Instead of lumping something you have experienced in the boxes of good and bad, why not see what those situations are telling you?
When you place the judgement of something being good you are inviting the possibility for bad to happen in your space. Without good you would not have bad. The contrast is what makes the distinction, the distinction is what brings about the contrast. So, how do you not deem something as good or bad? Well, you take the words out of your language, for the most part. Seriously, perspective is everything. I could label things as bad and good and walk away only to see that someone else had come along and changed the labels on a few things. Wait! There isn't an inherent good and bad? You mean that some people think that physical scarring is good and others thing that it is abusive? Some cultures arrange marriage and others do not, all label their way as the right way to do things. Perspective allows you to see that when you give something a side, you have to allow for it to have another.
Letting go of the words forces you to think in a new way. Words are powerful, which is why they hurt or heal depending on the person, the words, the time, space, energy. Take away the good and the bad and you have a thing, an experience that allows you to see the complexities within it. There are areas that you may want to keep, give back or let go of. When you look at something as information you pay closer attention to all of the details, you may begin to see where it is actually a benefit to you when you may have only seen it as bad or good. Labels limit, it is their nature.
Try for one week to practice lessening the labels. How do things begin to feel when you do? What information is available to you?