Get comfortable with being uncomfortable, a lesson I'm reluctantly learning right now.
The people pleaser in me is cringing, but the truth is I can't control what other people think of me and why should I care. I'm learning to accept that I may be the villian in people's storyline. They've created their own stories and I'm ok with whatever story they've created about me. I also shouldn't be so narcissistic to think that people think about me lol. (maybe I'm being a hypocrite and projecting my own feelings here). #callingmyselfout
I have no proof of what people actually think of me unless they address to my face. Even if they do, I'm learning not to take things personally because most of time I didn't ask for their " helpful" opinion.
That's is my angry rant for today!
Let's end on a positive note here like all my sad poetry books do.
I leave you with a inspirational quote from the vulnerable queen herself: Brene Brown, from her book Daring Greatly.
Brene Brown's actual quote:
"If you are not in the arena getting your ass kicked on occasion, I am not interested in or open to your feedback. There are a million cheap seats in the world today filled with people who will never be brave with their own lives, but will spend every ounce of energy they have hurling advice and judgement at those of us trying to dare greatly. Their only contributions are criticism, cynicism, and fear-mongering. If you're criticizing from a place where you're not also putting yourself on the line, I'm not interested in your feedback"