Get Over The Fear Of Being Judged By Others!

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Life can be simple, but then you encounter a ‘fear of being judged by others.’ Making little decisions such as how you look, how you speak, what you talk about, what you post online (etc.) and even your day-to-day life is governed by fear of being judged. What a pity!

Have you ever imagined a life without fears and judgments? Well, you can start living a fearless life today!

First of all, let this sync that nobody has time to deeply understand your mind and then criticize you. People who are forming their opinions so quickly, they are not taking the time to think. By chance, if some people do have plenty of time to continuously form judgments about others rather than focusing on their life, do you want to consider their opinions? Do you think that they are a credible source of critique in your life? I do not think so!

A lion doesn’t lose sleep over the opinions of sheep.

Stop thinking that you are under a microscope and everybody is trying to analyze you. Take control of your mind and don’t let it wander around thinking what others have to say about you. Do not let someone’s opinion define you. The greatest power you can possess is knowing yourself!

Be open and honest with yourself. Face your insecurities and accept yourself as you are. If you embrace your existence completely, none of these judgments can leave a mark on you. Talk freely, laugh freely and live freely.

If you are afraid of being judged, give up on your opinions about others. Your fear of being criticized will go away because you will see yourself in others.

Replace your judgments with curiosity. If you are wondering why some people have different ways of doing things, maybe you should be curious rather than being negative. Be curious about people’s different choices and thoughts, try to understand what makes us all unique. Seeing the world through opinion-glasses will make everything look so dull. Take those glasses off and try to see the world as it is. Maybe you will find beauty in the differences and flaws in the uniformity.

Last but not least; typically, prejudiced minds are hypocrites. They choose their values and beliefs according to convenience and wear a mask of perfection. Living under a false illusion that their life is perfect and everyone else’s is a mess. Sometimes I think that there is some chaos within them that they are trying to ignore.

Ignore the noises around you. Listen to your heart.

Be fearless and Be sure of yourself.

 

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Jasz Gill is a contemporary writer, blogger, and poet who writes about emotional intelligence, Zen, mindfulness, self-love, and compassion. She started writing a blog with Rose Colored Glasses in 2010, a self-help blog to encourage individuals in their journey towards mindfulness. Jasz Gill is a simplicity blogger who loves turning big ideas into a practical wisdom.

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