caring what other people think

Caring what other people think

There’s a story behind this podcast episode: a story that intertwines what we learned about friendships during our formative years, with caring what other people think. The two are connected, and in this podcast episode I share how I spent years carrying around emotional armor and buying into a good-bad binary where people were concerned (one that I had to drop, if I wanted to truly love and be loved).

In this episode:

  • The connection between early friendships and caring what others think.
  • How we heal when we are being who we are, yet we experience rejection.
  • Broadening our concept of others being good/bad means that we also step out of being good/bad.
  • The essential metrics that I use to gauge where I’ll find good friendships.
  • How we can all choose to step into more love and connection.

 
 

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