Not Worrying What Others Think
Tap-alongs • 16m
Part of learning to stop worrying about what other people think of us is to learn what it feels like to trust ourselves, to like ourselves, and to maybe even smile at what other people might be thinking and still follow what our own hearts are asking for.
Like many things in life that we've been doing unconsciously for many years: this can take some practice to un-wind and re-write.
Here's to starting this practice of laughing off other people's opinions.
What might happen as we learn to fully be ourselves and have some fun while doing it?
Cheers to releasing worry and having a bit more joy in letting ourselves be exactly who we want to be.
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