Why we bother about what others think of us?
To prove to the world that we are intelligent, different, creative, incredible, special instead of a dumb and a stupid fool.
The continuous chain of ‘trying to prove’ something or the other to our parents, brothers, sisters, spouse, teachers, friends, girl friend, boy friend and neighbors makes us concerned too much about our ‘good looking’ image.
And projecting ‘nice image’ becomes a habit then.’
In short, we think what others think about ourselves when we don’t find time to think about our own-selves; when we don’t direct our energy, time and thoughts in shaping our lives we end up revolving our life around the centers of people around us.
A crystal clear goal when missed from life (at present) turns our mind towards making speculations and going concerned about what ‘they’ think of us at every step.