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Stop Caring What People Think

Stop Caring What People Think

I know it sounds ridiculous, but one is so much happier when they stop caring what other people think and just live their life. The most common misconception about people who are concerned with what others think is that they have low self-esteem. However, the reality is that anyone can have low self-esteem, which does not imply that you care what other people think. People who are truly confident in who they are and live their lives to the fullest simply do not care.

It is critical to discuss not caring and the misconceptions that they harbor. I’d like to show you how to stop caring and start loving your life. When we can love life, everything seems to fall into place. This is so easy that even a dog can do it. So allow me to demonstrate.

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Stop Caring What People Think

Not Caring Is Simply a Life of Freedom

Self-esteem and values are strong predictors of whether one cares what other people think. You can either live a lie and love it without caring, or you can’t. Caring about what other people think is more likely if you don’t. Finally, if you stick to your values and respect yourself, you are less likely to care.

Consider the structure below.

Assume you go out to a club with a group of your best friends for the evening. The only problem was that you only had one dress, which was this off-brand brown and black. You then go out with your friends, and while drinking and dancing, you notice this group of younger women. These ladies are obviously laughing and calling you names because of your attire and age. So, what are you going to do? The simple test is whether you listen or ignore what they say. It is critical to understand that what these women are saying is none of your business.

Situations That Make You Care Excessively

Numerous factors can cause you to care without even realizing it. I’m going to go over some main reasons why you care what other people think.

One’s Ego: You know how you feel when something wonderful happens? That’s the ego asserting itself. When we feel good, it motivates us to do more in the world. However, when it demonstrates to others that we are doing well, we will continue to do so. It appears that people are pleased with what we are doing. So in sense, we keep doing it.

Self-Doubt: When we have negative thoughts about ourselves, we turn to other people to make us feel better. This is because when others compliment us, we feel appreciated. Using one’s imagination to justify how others feel can be harmful in the long run. When we have said feelings, we believe them to be true. When other people compliment us, we feel better about ourselves. As a result, we believe others rather than ourselves.

Desire to be adored by others: We all enjoy being admired by others. That is simply a fact. Being liked by others is something that we all sincerely desire. This is because we feel like we are a part of something. That could be through invitations to events or being in on the latest trend. When we can rely on those around us, we feel as if we have someone on whom we can always rely. When we are lonely, we believe that no one is concerned about us. As a result, we become overly reliant on the wrong kinds of people. We are harmed when we rely on the wrong types of people. Finally, be wary of other people’s thoughts because you never know what they are thinking.

“Wishing to be needed by others is a sign of a lack of self-love.”

The Need to be popular: Have you ever heard the saying that popular people have everything? When we have a strong desire to be liked by numerous people, we gain a sense of self-worth. For example, how many likes or followers one has on social media. This causes us to post and post to see how many likes we can get. This, on the other hand, is not a life you should want to live. Most of these people don’t know who you are, so how can they like you? But, in the end, it doesn’t matter because you care so much about what other people think. This causes unhappiness, but someone who enjoys having numerous followers or even attention causes us to not care and feel as if we matter.

True Desire to Impress: Along with being popular, we enjoy being able to impress others. This can be determined by what we have accomplished in our lives, how much money we have, or our social standing. When we have a high status, we feel like we’ve accomplished a lot and fit in with the so-called “it crowds.” Instead of not caring what others think of our lives, we tend to do things we don’t even enjoy just to fit in.

I understand that we want to be liked. However, not everyone will like us. So why does it matter? Yes, I am hurt when a guy I like does not like me or when I am not invited to an event. However, I always remember my worth and continue on. If you are constantly thinking about what other people are thinking, you will be unhappy and constantly trying to impress others. In general, you’re just pretending to be someone you’re not.

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Just Live Your Life

Okay, now that I’ve chastised you for being overly concerned with what other people think. I’d like to share some tips on how to stop caring and start loving your life. This provides you with freedom and peace of mind. As a result, I’m going to make some suggestions for you.

Suggestion #1: Stop Thinking That Everything Is About You

Did you know that not everything revolves around you and that you are not always the focal point of everyone’s life? Nobody is perfect; that is the nature of life. We are all flawed in some way. Why not go out and do something fun with the people you care about instead of worrying about what others think of you? People are more concerned with themselves than with you.

Suggestion #2: Be Your True Self

Yes, being yourself is fantastic. Don’t you think so? Everything falls into place when we are more focused on our own lives. It’s important to spend time doing things we enjoy rather than what others expect us to do. It’s more fun and enjoyable to show the world that we don’t care and that we love ourselves.

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Suggestion #3: Learn To Say No

Saying No does not imply that you are a bad person. Indeed, it is said that saying no boosts one’s self-esteem. It is critical to say no to things that do not serve you. For example, if someone requests a favor or asks you to do something. It is acceptable to decline an invitation. Remember to only do things in life that bring you joy. (For me, it’s helping people).

“Saying no is the best thing you can do.”

If you can learn to listen to your heart’s desire. Then you’ll figure out how to be happy and enjoy life. If you follow my advice, you will become the best version of yourself.

For More information about saying No. I suggest the book on Amazon Called The Power of A Positive No.

Related: Learn to Live your Own Life- Stop Caring


Follow Your Dreams

Everything will fall into place if we follow our deepest desires. However, in this day and age, we are told that dreams are just that and that we must mature. I believe that when we follow our true dreams, we are happier and stronger than we have ever been. When we are told that our dreams are childish, we tend to care more about what others think of us and do things that make us unhappy. Seriously, whatever it is, just go for it.

Not to offend anyone, but we were created to live an adventurous life. People who go out and pursue their dreams appear to be happy. This is because they do not listen to others and put themselves first.

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Kiersti writes on self-love and personal development professionally. Over the past ten or so years, she has studied self-love and personal growth. Visit https://womansdailyneeds.com/ to learn more about what she does, and like her on Facebook at https://facebook.com/womansdailyneeds to keep up with her.

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8 Responses

  1. Grace says:

    Hi Kiersti,

    Thanks for your inspiring post! Yes, we need to love and be confident in our own selves first so that we do not need to find approval from others and get affected by not having it! It is so vital but we tend to run towards the external factor rather than looking inwards to find unconditional love.

    Thanks again for your lovely post!


  2. Al Perry says:

    I agree with many of your points. Certainly, not caring what people think, the main point of your article is a powerful tool. 

    I especially resonate in your example where the group of younger women are disparaging 

    the main character and you advise that what these women are saying is none of her business. So true, I think I heard that first from Wayne Dyer and I try and live by that.

    All your situations that “make you care excessively,” are right on the money. I personally have a twist to the self doubt that I continue to work on, I don’t search for complements, I am uncomfortable with them. I’ve trained myself to thank the person right away, but my little self wants to hide, feeling undeserving. It’s gotten better, I’ve worked on that one for over 30 years!

    I started to feel like you were saying stop caring about people, but I knew you meant stop caring what they think. I re-read it to see why I felt that way. I couldn’t figure it out..

    Great job!

    • Kiersti says:

      I never heard of Wayne dyer but I like the way he thinks. Searching for things is such a waste of things it true is and won’t make one happy that’s for sure. Thanks for reading.

  3. Diana says:

    We were taught to share and to help others. However we need to understand that you cannot always please others and put your desires behind. People are not always nice because of their own insecurities, follow your dreams and do not be distracted by all what is happening around you. Thanks for sharing this much needed article

    • Kiersti says:

      I remember when I was younger, people always were unkind. However, when I got older, I learned it was because they were unhappy in themselves. When we learn to love and accept ourselves, everything will fall into place. Thanks for reading.

  4. Minjun Kim says:

    These are the things that remind me of my old self. In particular, in the passage “Desire to be adored by others”, this is the part that I sympathize with the most. It’s a really difficult topic when you think about it, but I think it’s an important thing that you must define and act on in your life.
    There are times when I am always inspired and return to my original place soon, but I think I need to think seriously and find own myself.
    Thanks for the good content.

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