Kind words for someone who WORRIES WHAT OTHER PINK THEM OF THEM

Life is way too short to worry what others think of you. For many people, being overly concerned with what others think about them can be a paralyzing experience. Most of the time, people aren’t thinking about anyone else, they are consumed with their own life.

Anytime someone steps out of their comfort zone and tries something new they are going to feel stretched and uncomfortable. The first time Oprah was on TV it probably wasn’t her best performance, but she worked through those uncomfortable feelings and kept going.

At the end of the day, life is about growth, we all need to step up and challenge ourselves to try new things. Being risk averse because you are afraid that people may slam your ideas, your work or the way you interact in the world isn’t helping you lead your best life.

Everyone has a unique gift to bring to the world and share with others. Not sharing what is special about you is really depriving other people of your gift or talent.

Sure, there may be a few people who criticize you as you embark on a new venture but they are usually the armchair quarterbacks who criticize others while not taking any action in their own life. As Les Brown said, “30 percent of the people will think what you’re doing is great, 30 percent who don’t care and 30 percent won’t be impressed all, so best just get on with it and enjoy your life.

Next time someone is consumed with what other people will think, comfort them with kind words.


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10 things to say to someone who worries what others think

1. Stop letting poisonous people spoil your happy life! BLOCK, DELETE & FORGET!

2. A tiger doesn’t lose sleep over the opinion of a sheep.

3. What you think of yourself is much more important than what others think of you.

4. You wouldn’t worry so much about what people thought of you, if you knew how seldom they did.

5. The greatest prison people live in, is the fear of what other people think.

6. What other people think of you is none of your business.

7. Not worrying about what other people think is one of the best decisions you will ever make.

8. The unhappiest people in the world are those who care the most what other people think.

9. Don’t let the opinions of other people consume you.

10. People are going to judge you anyway, so forget everyone and just be yourself.

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John constantly worried about what others thought of him

John always felt the weight of other people’s opinions on his shoulders. Growing up, his parents had constantly criticized him, making him feel like he was never good enough. As a result, he developed a deep-seated fear of judgment from others. This fear followed him into adulthood, where he found himself constantly worrying about what others thought of him. Whether it was at work, with friends, or in social situations, John couldn’t shake the feeling that he was being judged and found lacking.

This constant worry took a toll on John’s mental health. He found it difficult to form meaningful connections with others, always second-guessing himself and his actions. He longed to break free from the shackles of his past and live a life free from the fear of judgment, but it seemed like an impossible task.

One day, John stumbled upon a support group for individuals struggling with similar issues. The group provided a safe space for him to share his experiences and connect with others who understood his struggles. Through the support and encouragement of the group members, John began to slowly chip away at the wall of self-doubt that had been built around him.

With the help of therapy and the support group, John started to challenge his negative thought patterns and build his self-esteem. He learned to value himself for who he was, rather than seeking validation from others. Over time, he began to let go of the fear of judgment and embrace his authentic self.

As John continued on his journey of self-discovery, he found that the opinions of others held less power over him. He realized that the only validation he truly needed was his own. With newfound confidence, John pursued his passions and formed genuine connections with people who appreciated him for who he was. He had finally broken free from the chains of his past and stepped into a brighter, more fulfilling future.

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Taking care of your own needs isn’t selfish, and you will feel better in the long run.

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