Relationship Advice Tips from Dr. Jeanette Raymond, Ph.D.
Are you always worrying about what other people will think of you if you don’t conform to expectations?
Do you have a nagging voice in your head that pushes you do dress, act, talk and carry yourself in a certain way so that you can avoid the judgment, disapproval, gossip and criticism from your nearest and dearest?
Then you must be in a constant state of overwhelming stress, with never a peaceful moment to be yourself.
If you can only be comfortable with yourself when you are alone, you are suffering from anxiety relating to extreme and unnecessary concern about what others may think of you.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could quiet that nagging voice inside you?
Wouldn’t it be a relief if you could enjoy the company of your friends, loved ones and those in your work community without trying to fix yourself to please them?
I bet your secret wish is that you could just please yourself and still be wanted, valued, loved and accepted.
Watch this video and find out how easily you can get rid of that anxious negative voice, and feel comfortable with who you are.