How to STOP Taking Things Personally
Taking things personally has been one of my biggest personal challenges. It’s taken me years of actively pursuing ways to get better at it and even though I’ve come a really long way, ever since making myself so available to online scrutiny, I’ve been reminded that it’s something I’ll always have to work on and include in my daily routine.
It’s easy to say that we shouldn’t take things personally, but it’s hard to apply. Through my experiences I’ve learned that people who take things personally aren’t necessarily “sensitive” people (a portrayal I highly dislike). Typically they are the pleasers of the group and usually, these people are the first ones to jump in and be the fixers.
The world needs people like that, but with that ability comes that strong rejection radar which turns us vulnerable to external factors.
There will always be selfishness, ego, cluelessness, carelessness or malicious intent, and people won't ever stop doing or saying things. We have no control over THEM but we can learn how to grab control over how we let them affect us – and that’s what this video is about today.
Today I’m sharing with you my personal tips and ideas that have changed my life. They’re not universal tips and they won’t work for absolutely everyone. Work is involved – dedication is required, and not everybody will be willing or able at this time to give it their all. My hope though is that you reading this right now, will be one of the success stories, managing to get this under control and in turn change your life. I hope that I can be a part of your journey and I’d love to hear about your progress.
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I love you for watching, reading and being here! Good luck and success to you and to us all! ❤️