Stop Caring About What People Think Of You (Free Audio)

Stop Caring About What People Think Of You (Free Audio)

“Don’t care about what others think of you. Just continue to speak your truth and let it go. After all, it is your healing process.”

I’ve been through so much within the past few years of my life. I went through a huge spiritual transformation. Many things that I am going to discuss in my upcoming book, but right now I want to discuss living your life based on other people’s thoughts of you.

When you care what people think of you – you are giving them your power, your energy, and control over you.

You are telling them and yourself that… You are NOT your own individual. You DO NOT love yourself. You ARE NOT confident in who you are and your abilities. You doubt yourself.

Why is that?

The main reason you need validation outside of yourself because you don’t trust yourself. I know this and understand where you are right this moment because this was me. We usually try to find validation within our group of friends and relatives. Others of us try to find it in complete strangers. We sit and hang on people’s thoughts and perspectives of who they think we are.
Careless about what people think of you free audio
No one, not even your parents can tell you who you are. Only you can tell you who you are. 

Whether that is low self-esteem, lack of confidence, fear or something else.

How do you stop caring about what other’s say and think about you? 

It is a simple answer, but I am going to break it down for you because I am sure you will resist me. You make a commitment to yourself to stop caring. That is it. Sounds simple ass hell, but this is going to be a huge commitment. A commitment you deserve love.

Hello love! I am a blogger and writer here to help you to kick those bad feelings in the ass and assist you with your personal growth. I am here to share my lessons I’ve learned with you so you can love and learn yourself even more than you did yesterday.


0 thoughts on “Stop Caring About What People Think Of You (Free Audio)”

  • Once I stopped caring about what everyone else thought and started living life for me, I was so much happier. Sometimes we just need to stop and smell our own roses and not worry about what others think of them 🙂

  • What a great post! I think we can all get caught up in worrying what others think about us, but you are absolutely right when you say it can give away our power and energy.

  • Great post! I really need to work on this. Like, really really need to work on it. I care way too much. I need to work on trusting myself, like you said.

  • It's definitely important to learn to trust your inner voice. Since you're a writer…have you ever read Max Lucado's "You are Special"? It's a children's book, but one of my favorite books I've ever read on the subject of being yourself and not letting others' views define you. Good luck on your book!
    xoxo, erin |

  • Thank you Chris for being so open with me. It does take time. I've been battling with this since I was a young girl. However, I am glad you started to see people for who they are and what their true intentions were.

    When someone loves you (as your mom) they want what is best for you. Unapologetic and unselfishly. So I am so happy that you found that woman who stands in your corner no matter what. And more importantly, I am happy you stand in your own corner no matter what.

    You see your value and worth. You see you are a good friend and you would never use someone or be around them if they weren't constantly giving to you. Therefore, you recognize that you deserve the same in return.

    🙂 xo

  • This is so true, but at the same time easier said than done Siedah.

    To be honoust i don't have friends as of now. And i'm totally cool with that. But that took some time.

    Back in 2010 i've met my wife. She is thai and most people i surrounded myself with think bad about thai women. They told me things like she's after my money, thai women are all prostitures. Things like that.

    I was in love and still am from the day we've met. And i distanced myself of these people. And that was the best thing i've done. Also my mom past away in 2011 and i learned the hard way that those so called friends only hang with me because they wanted to use me. I used to help them with computer stuff. And we hang out many weekends at our home because they never came short.

    Later on i was in debt and still am today, so they stopped coming over. Simply because i don't have the money at this moment. But i made up my mind and that is if i hear back from them when life gets easier, i don't want them back in my life.

    I feel actually very good when i think about it. It makes me feel much stronger as a person.

    So thank you for writing this article.

    xoxo Chris

  • Thank you Sarah. I too am a born people pleaser. When I kept losing and was burned out I realized that something had to change. I had to change. Thanks for sharing Sarah!


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