and the royal dressage competition
For the most part people don’t die from being thought poorly of
You can not control what others think of you. Right now I’m thinking horrible, terrible, judgmental, mean and nasty things about you. I’m likely thinking these things long before you’ve read this. Did you feel it? Of course not.
If you would be so kind,
Explain to me the relative merits in attempting to control how others think of us.
Describe to me the benefits of worrying about and attempting to control how we are perceived by someone else.
Then don’t think like you think. They don’t believe what you believe.
The stories in their head?
It says something other than the one in yours.
Tell me again about how you are worried about what other people think.
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