i personally care but only if there opinion matters to me like we’re friends/family or someone I like.
otherwise it doesn't bother me all that much.
Most Helpful Guy
thats quite simple.
A: People that either is, might be or know of my professional life, my job and career- my childrens teachers or something, they are in the "yes, but only because I take a great deal of pride in the things I really give myself 100% about; it matters, even though I actually resent the fact that sometimes I have to put on a show, act up, be nice in matters I dont want to -but it is important to me how people see me in my job and with my kids.
That taken off the table; the few people I really keeps close and love, of course, it does - a great deal! Mostly in ways like I would feel SO terrible if I unintentionally genuinely made them sad because of me acting like a clown or what have you. I dont like putting people I love in situations that they are truly affected badly by, because of me ,
But appart from that, I am completely indifferent to other people and how they might see me or think about me. I can always argue my actions feeling good, proud and head up high, so what people may think when I drives down to fill up the car because I just remembered and it might save me time the morning after - and I am in my pyjamas or what people sometimes goes stiff-upperlip about.. jeez.1
Most Helpful Girl
Over the internet? Not in the slightest.
In my daily face-to-face interactions with strangers? A lot. The thought of making a negative impression on even the random cashier or the person who happened to be my waiter is a slightly panic-inducing thought. It's probably why I avoid social interaction with strangers. Weirdly enough, the closer I am with someone, the less I care about what they think of me. I figure it's because if I've managed to get close with someone, I've passed the weirdness test and been deemed acceptable. But, with strangers, you never know.
I'm not sure why I'm so caught up on trying to make a positive impression on people who will, in all likelihood, be inconsequential to my life. It's a tendency I'm trying very hard to curb.3