“What you think of yourself is much more important than what people think of you.”— Seneca
Sometimes we keep ourselves from making progress, because we’re so preoccupied about how people may think of us. What’s interesting is that many of us think about what others think of us because we haven’t really accepted our own foibles and flaws. We all come from different shapes and sizes. We all come from different colors, different ages. When we accept ourselves, we don’t feel the need to wonder how others think of us. We just won’t care. What we think of ourselves is really a reflection what we think others think of us. We need to come to terms about how we see ourselves and give others a chance to see us for what we really are and about. We should allow others to earn the right to accept us as we are.