I don't care what people think

I don't give a shit what others think of me

photo: myself

Far too many people think about what other people think of them all the time.

Are you one of them too?

Then, my dear friend, it will be time to turn the tap on this lousy habit and get rid of this wretched ballast.

Constantly worrying about what other people think of you draws a lot of energy from you. And besides, it doesn't change anything - you don't get any further in life.

But how do you get rid of this stupid habit?

Very easily:

You make it clear to yourself that it doesn't matter what others think of you. It's their beer and not yours. What others think of you is simply none of your business!

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What others think of you doesn't give a shit

What others think of you is none of your business. Why? Because that's their business, not yours. It has nothing to do with you.

Here is an example from my own life:

If someone thinks I'm stupid, ridiculous or whatever, because I lie down on the shopping street [video], paint my fingernails black or give my university lecture in a pink ballet shirt [video], then that's none of my business.

This person has their own idea of ​​how the world should work. And if my action and my nature don't fit into your view of the world, then that's your problem, not mine.

If someone here finds my direct writing style unprofessional or childish and the person would rather be sated from cover to cover, then that has nothing to do with me, but everything with the worldview and ideas of the other person.

So make yourself clear:

What others think of you has nothing to do with you, just how that person thinks the world should work!

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Imagination vs. reality


Quite apart from that, your idea of ​​what others might think of you is usually completely wrong anyway.

Your head is great at imagining all sorts of weird scenarios that have nothing to do with reality: "He's sure to think I'm stupid" "She sure thinks I'm a looser" "They think I can't do anything anyway" .. and so on.

And so you can go around in circles all your life and keep imagining new things that have nothing to do with reality.

Do you see the madness Yes? Then stop worrying about what other people think of you!

What you think that others think of you has

  • nothing to do with the real world
  • does not get you any further
  • and is none of your business anyway.

Beat these 3 points in your head!

How do you want to live Reactive or Proactive?

Earlier in my life I always tried to please everyone. I've said “yes” to many things, even though I actually wanted to say “no” just so as not to offend the other.

I was terrified of being rejected by others if I didn't behave as they expected me to.

I also had a classic "helper syndrome": helping everyone and always smiling nicely, although inside I felt exactly the opposite.

The result is very simple:

You are ruining yourself.

You can't always please everyone. And if you do something even though you don't feel like doing it, you just shoot yourself in the knee.

So you have two options in life, either:

  1. you always try to correspond to the image that you believe others have of you (live reactive)
  2. or:

  3. you go your own way and don't give a shit what others think of you (living proactively)

Well, which path is more likely to lead to a happy and self-determined life?

I'm sure someone will come running right now and scream "Yeah, but then you become an anti-social egoist who doesn't care about anything„.

Not correct.

The opposite is the case!

The people who proactively go through life end up contributing a lot more to society than those who constantly chase other people's expectations.

To live proactively means to fully exploit your potential as a person, to go your own way, to find yourself and to contribute to this world as much as possible.

Living reactively means always chasing after the expectations of other people, destroying yourself in the process and ultimately harming the world (because you are not reaching your full potential as a person).

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Draw your self-worth out of yourself

I don't care what my neighbor thinks of me. I don't care what my friends think of me. And I don't care what my mother thinks of me either.

Because:

It does not matter. It's none of my business. It's their beer. The only thing that concerns me is how I feel about myself.

So instead of pulling your self-worth out of your surroundings, pull it out of yourself. Instead of trying to please everyone, please yourself first. Instead of trying to be loved by everyone else, first love yourself.

If you want to be loved and recognized by everyone, if you always want to please everyone, then you are trying to make the impossible possible. That simply does not work. You will never please everyone.

Instead, it is much better to try to be completely yourself. The way you are. Without bending and falsely smiling.

The people who then accept you for who you are, wonderful. And those who just don't get it, also good. You don't want to have anything to do with people anyway.

Be yourself and set your own standards

Set your own standards and let the standards of others be the standards of others. It doesn't matter what other people say about you and the world. It is none of your business. It's your head, your imagination and has nothing to do with you.

Look inside yourself and ask yourself: Am I living up to my own expectations? Am I living my full potential as the unique person I am? Or do I run after other expectations, other world views or social norms?

Measure yourself against your own standard and not against what others think is right.

Draw your self worth from yourself.

Live trapped according to the ideas of others or shape your life pro-actively and pursue your dreams.

You decide.

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