What you say about me is none of my business
The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix PotterIn this original edition, Peter and his sisters are told to go gather blackberries and not to go into MacGregors garden because Peters father was made into a pie by MacGregor after being found in the garden. Peter, who is wearing a new coat, promptly disobeys his mother, stuffs himself with vegetables, gets spotted by MacGregor, loses his coat and barely makes it out of the garden alive. When Peter gets home, he is given chamomile tea for dinner. Peters sisters, who listened to their mother and stayed out of the forbidden garden have a regular dinner.
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It's None Of My Business What You Think Of Me
It is very easy to cultivate an unhelpful and unhealthy preoccupation with other people's opinions -- specifically, to care way too much about what other people think of us. I remember lying in bed as a twenty-something and worrying instead of sleeping -- worrying about what somebody had said about me or a nasty remark in an email message. What did that lost sleep get me? Over time I realized that not everyone has to like me. Not everyone has to like you, either. It's jarring at first to realize that no matter how hard you try to please everyone around you, it doesn't always work.
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What Others Think About You Is None Of Your Business
If you Google it, a bunch of names come up as the author of this statement. It seems like everybody wants to claim this one as theirs. A game changer. A bolt of empowerment. What others think of me is none of my business.
It sounds strange. Surely, my reputation in the eyes of others is my business? Most people struggle to come to terms with this concept. When I first heard of this philosophy, I rejected it but when I finally adopted it, I quickly experienced reduced stress, reduced anxiety and reduced worry. As a consequence, my life became a happier and healthier experience. So I would urge you to consider adopting the philosophy 'what you think of me is none of my business'. As a kid I was always very fat, or as I prefer to say; I was pleasantly plump.