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Why Do You Worry About What Others Think?

By Andy Shaw | March 8, 2010

Continued from… Overcoming The Feeling Of Being Powerless

When I had all hell breaking loose and people were criticising me for my choice of actions, there was no way that it was possible for me to stop that. I had to accept that my choices had brought about their anger towards me.

There was no point worrying though about what others thought of me, why because they were going to think what they wanted to. I worked out how to resolve the situation and I knew that it involved a timescale that wasn’t now.

What’s more I knew that I was not this person that they said I was, and I knew that this situation just was. There was nothing that could be done about it to resolve it, it just was and therefore what was the point of any worry about it.

So was there any point to me worrying about what they thought also?

Of course not, thanks to what I have unravelled in the previous series of articles, there is no point in worry. What I could do was control how my mind was affected by what they said and wrote. And as I said before Please Login or REGISTER to read the rest of this content.

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