I’m so consumed with what other people think of me. How do I stop?

It’s really important to realize that the more comfortable you get with yourself, the less scary it is for people to actually see you. When we always try to appear perfect, we’re setting ourselves up for failure because, unfortunately, our perfection is in our imperfection, if that makes any sense. And so, it’s really nice to remember that, not nice, but it’s important to remember that people judge and it’s not necessarily, it doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with you. People just judge because that’s what they do, and it comes from feeling, from feeling weak. And so, if you’re leading your life to really make sure that no one’s judging you, then you’re really gonna be spending way too much of your time and energy concerned with something you have no control over, because people are gonna judge you regardless. Because people feel insecure and weak, and then that makes them judge. So it’s really important for you to know that if you’re coming from love, and you’re doing the best that you can, that that’s the best that you can do. And if you’re open and willing to be imperfectly perfect, then it doesn’t really matter if people see your weaknesses or flaws, because you know what? You wanna see them too, and you’re willing to evaluate them and be open to evolving and changing. So you don’t have to be scared of them. So, the thing to remember is that the more that you love you, the less you care if others love you. And the more that you commit to just being love, living love, living from love, then that’s the best that you can do and if people are judging you, than that’s not your problem.

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Jasmin Terrany, LMHC

Jasmin Terrany, LMHC has a Skype based private practice empowering women who appear to have it yet still feel unsatisfied on some level. She helps women access their ultimate potential and take their lives to the next level in every realm. Jasmin is a Columbia University graduate and licensed psychotherapist who invented Life Therapy, the combination of psychotherapy & coaching with mindfulness & meditation.