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4 ways to stop fearing judgment of others

Most of us really get scared by the judgment of others very easily. In order to elude the possibility of being negatively judged by others, we go to self-defeating lengths and avoid doing what we want to do. We just for the fear of being judged don’t ask for a raise when we deserve to have it and limit our participation with others. This fear makes us desire that we are liked by all every time. We avoid saying anything about our preferences and work overtime to shape up our life as people want it to be like.

Following are the ways; we can stop fearing the negative judgment of other people in order to live a life we want.

  • Understand that things are not permanent:

People make judgments on even the smaller matters. But what we should never forget is that only those things will be remembered that are big, have patterns, and they will remember how we made them feel.

  • Judgment cannot be avoided:

It is impossible to bring an end to people’s thinking. Nobody is forced to judge on the actions we take. The best way to honestly talk about the challenges and difficult situations is to communicate effectively and interact with people. When there is an involvement in a compassionate relationship, judgment becomes a secondary thing.

  • Who cares?

Judgment should not be something to bring an impact if we were true to ourselves. If we truly express what is there in our mind, then we should not at all care about anybody judging us. Once we overcome our fear of being judged, we not only promote self-discovery but also get to know who are real friends are.

  • Consider your own judgment:

A person is best judged by one’s own self but once that judgment is stopped, we can feel more confident in sharing our things with others. We need to focus on our own judgment instead of looking at others as it may be something preventing us to interact with others.

Via: Hack Spirit

 

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