Wondering What Others Say and Think

How often do you sit as a disabled person or able-bodied person, wondering what other are saying and thinking. Did I answer their question correctly!  Did I say the right thing at the right time? Will they accept me for who I am? All of these insecurities come from not feeling self-assured or confident in your own being.  A lot of our time is spent worrying about what others will say and do.

It is up to us to change our thoughts. It is up to us to elevate our reactions to people, places, and things. It is up to us to change our attitudes about ourselves.

The only way to rise above this is to snatch it by the hands, accept it, and better yourself from what you just heard and learned.

4 comments on “Wondering What Others Say and Think
  1. sean Dineen says:

    Another example of your straight from the shoulder Good hearted wisdom.

  2. hoe says:

    My partner and I absolutely love your blog and find most of your post’s to be exactly I’m looking for. Do you offer guest writers to write content available for you? I wouldn’t mind writing a post or elaborating on many of the subjects you write about here. Again, awesome web log!

    • Karen Lynn says:

      Hi Hoe, I wouldn’t mind you sending me your thoughts or elaborating on a comment to something I’ve written on… Please feel free to send me your thoughts. I await to hear from you…

  3. Asraf says:

    Tocohduwn! That’s a really cool way of putting it!

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