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How I’ve avoided letting people’s thoughts infect mine

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I’m an empathetic and caring person. I truly care for how people perceive me, and the actions I take. So I’m always seeking others’ input. This however has backfired on me more than it has helped me. And that is why I’ve learned to develop a method to keep people’s opinions from infecting my thoughts.

What is this method?




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Adonis Richards

Adonis Richards

Writer and poet aspiring to write and create content. Website:

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