I Dont Fucking Care!: How to Stop Caring What other People Think by Adam James D.
How To Stop Caring What Other People Think
There are 12 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. People who have hurt you by betraying your trust or being overly critical can and often should be ignored. People who have actually hurt you physically or emotionally do not deserve to be let off so easy. Yes, you should absolutely cut off contact with someone who has physically or emotionally abused you. But do not hesitate to contact the proper authorities if you feel unsafe or believe this is a pattern of behavior likely to be repeated. Seek understanding without justifying their hurtfulness.
Not caring what others think can be difficult. However, there are plenty of steps you can take to become more self-confident, form your own opinions, and develop your own style. Try not to assume others are watching and judging your every step, and avoid putting too much stock in their opinions. Form your opinions based on facts and evidence. Make decisions based on your values instead of compromising your beliefs based on what others think. When it comes to style, remember that taste is subjective, so no one has the final word. Not necessarily!
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Or, to be more specific, arguing-about-politics fatigue. - The occasional punch in the face by reality is good for us. Why do we do things, or not do things, because of how we expect others to react?
As humans, we are inherently hyper-focused on ourselves. In reality, nobody notices the extra frizz in your hair, your coworkers are oblivious to your condiment mishap, and those dust particles are par for the course. Emma D. Levine , a cognitive therapist. In fact, the concern for how others view us is characteristic of maturity and social sensitivity.