Have you ever wondered what sort of character you play in other people’s stories?
Maybe you’ve been the damsel in distress, the maniacal villain, the underdog or the brave hero.
None of them have anything to do with the person you are.
Others see you through an individual lens that is coloured by their beliefs and experiences.
Some will see your quirky personality as cute and playful, others will find it embarrassing.
Some might think you are blunt and arrogant, others might admire your confidence and the way you stand up for yourself.
Some believe you are too soft and emotional, others feel safe being vulnerable around you.
Again, none of it has anything to do with who you really are.
I learned long ago that I have no control how others see me, so I’ve stopped trying.
I strive to be congruent and discover my true authentic self. I am not perfect and often make mistakes.
But since I have no authority over how other people view me, I gain more peace of mind by just getting on with living my best life and leaving the noise behind.
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About the Author: Steve currently resides in the sunny Okanagan in British Columbia Canada where he spends his free time camping at remote lakes chasing monster rainbow trout with a flyrod.