7 Ways to Stop Caring Less about What People Say Concerning You
Being self-conscious is a good thing, but you know what is said about doing too much of a good thing.
You really do not have to let people's opinions about you get to your head because it can ruin your mood and your self-esteem if you let it.
If you are someone who feels self-conscious and care about the opinion of others? These tips by Valencia Higuera of All Women Stalk would help a lot:
- Realize most people aren't thinking about you: This might sound a little harsh. But if you can accept this reality, you might feel less self-conscious about yourself. The same way you're worrying about yourself and obsessing about how others perceive you, others are thinking the same thing about themselves.
- Realise your critics have a problem not you: Although most people are too busy worrying about themselves to think about you, some #people might always have an opinion about you. In this case, realize they're the ones with the problem, not you. If someone always has something negative to say about you, and if there's no basis for these feelings, their attitude might be a sign of jealousy. You can't control how others feel, so don't let unfair opinions take your joy.
- Everybody has an insecure moment: You're not alone, and everyone has an insecure moment at some point or another. Whether you're insecure about your #weight, your personality or the way you dress, realize this is part of growing up. And while you might be going through an awkward stage, this is temporary and something every young #girl goes through.
- Nobody expects perfection from you: If you're a perfectionist, you might feel self-conscious if you're unable to give your best in every task or assignment. However, nobody expects perfection from you. We all make mistakes, and most #people won't judge you based on your mistakes. It's your accomplishments that matter.
- Learn how to laugh at your mistakes: If you're self-conscious and always worrying about yourself, any mistake can prove embarrassing. But if you learn to laugh at your mistakes, #people are less likely to remember them. On the other hand, if you get an attitude whenever you make mistakes or burst into tears, this can shape others opinions about you, which can feed into your fears that others are judging you.
- Stay busy: Our minds cannot focus on two things at one #time. So if you start feeling self-conscious and worrying about the mistakes you've made, or how others perceive you, jump into an activity to take your mind off your problems. Maybe you can go for a walk, watch a movie, #read a book or start a craft project.
- Identify your strengths: You might feel self-conscious if you think you have nothing to offer. But chances are, you have a lot of good qualities and strengths. Make a list of all your good qualities. If you need help coming up with a list, speak to a close relative or friend. Other can usually see our good traits before we can.
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