The Opinion that Matters

E.VirGinia Johnson “Genii”

When you feel self-conscious and worry about how others perceive your actions, choices, and opinions. Judgments or criticisms made by others and directed at you could affect you deeply, causing you to feel distressed and question the validity of your decisions. To quell your oversensitivity and regain faith in your abilities, try to make your inner voice louder than the critical voices around you. You may find that you can easily drown out negative or hurtful comments or no longer feel driven to react to them. You will likely feel a growing sense of self-assurance as you disregard other peoples€™s judgments. If you have difficulty ignoring upsetting comments today, try to remember that most peoples€™s observations have more to do with how they see themselves rather than with who you really are.

Learning to let criticisms or judgments directed at you roll off of your back can help you maintain a strong sense of confidence. People say what they do for many reasons and taking what they say personally is often an exercise in making assumptions. Because you will seldom know what motivates others, taking what they say with a grain of salt allows you to construct your own opinions regarding your worth and abilities. No one can have the power to quell your belief in yourself unless you give them that authority. Disregard criticism today, and you will feel happier and more confident.

God Bless, One Love, Jah Guide…….

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