Why Introverts are always afraid of being judged & How to overcome it? With introversion, we all get a Social Disease called as afraid of being judged or somewhat similar to Social Anxiety. And I was also Suffered from this in the past but I Strike it hard as I come to know more about the introversion.

Let’s face it, humans are always judging others—good/bad or like/dislike, with lots of nuance in between. And as new information comes in, the human mind reassesses: It is an ongoing process.

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In my near past, I was suffering from Social Judgement. But now I Just forget about it and now you are thinking that how can just someone let go of this type of Anxiety with which an individual suffered a lot and for a long time.

Why Introverts are always afraid of being judged & How to overcome it?

so here’s your solution to this problem just follow my lead and you will be on your way shortly:-


a) Just Observe More.

b) Absorb Less.

c) Control your Mind.

d) Build A strong wall of Confidence around you.

e) Think Happy.

1. JUST OBSERVE MORE-

This is the method that is Looking very wrong in this situation but no this is going to help you. you know what introverts have a great power of observing everything around every little detail even if it is all going on subconsciously. Introverts notice every detail around them and they know their surroundings, And this is going to help because whenever an introvert go outside he/she sees the world as it is not as we want it to see. and this is thing let introverts go deep into their mind to carve a satisfactory answer and with this going on you never letting the fear of Judgement Get heavy on you.
Why Introverts are always afraid of being judged & How to overcome it?

2. Absorb Less-

                                                        While you were following the First point just keep in mind to absorb less. Introverts have this Habit of Observe and Absorb but in this case, it is going to have a negative impression on you.

If you follow my first point then this is an easy point. it means to say that just observe everything Hypothetically and not absorb it in your life. so if you don’t absorb your surrounding then this is going to help you.

3. Control your Mind-

                                                                             This is going to very difficult for every introvert Out there and if you succeed in this point then you have a happy life instead and I don’t have a particular process for this but every introvert knows that the voice in our head is sometimes very annoying and if we control our mind then we are no longer going to suffer from our introversion.

4. Build A strong wall of Confidence around you-

                                                 Introverts Can be confident sometimes depends on their mood, situation and Their Energy Levels. But if We started changing our perspective about things that we can make it possible to build a wall of confidence which gives us more comfort in a social situation.

But this can be really really difficult. but ya we can do it by changing our thoughts about someone and something. Just start to love yourself more and you will see the change in no time. Believe me.

5. Think Happy-

                                                         Now you are thinking what the guck(😁) is this but believe me, guys just smile for no reason and you will find a real reason to smile believe me. just try this now for some time and if this doesn’t work then you are not an Introvert. trust me then you are not an introvert.

because an introverts mind working differently sometimes you have to do some things first and then find the reason, It is fun.


Why Introverts are always afraid of being judged & How to overcome it?

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Things to Keep in Mind-

1. Nothing lasts forever.

The reality is that the human brain has limited data reserves. Although we may make judgments, they are not significant enough to earn a place in our memory banks for eternity. So when someone makes a judgment about you, chances are that moments or days later that judgment will have left their conscious awareness. We build up our understanding of people, not on the minor mistakes or setbacks we observe, but by creating a schema based on the big things they do and say, and the patterns of how they interact with us and make us feel over time.

2. Judgment is unavoidable.

Stop trying to control the judgments of others. It has become part of our zeitgeist to demand that others not judge us. Think about popular statements such as, “No judgments” and “This is a no-judgment zone.” None of this really helps: You can’t control what others think. Maybe they won’t express their judgment, but it doesn’t mean they can stop a physiological brain process. Instead, try to explain the context of what you are feeling so that those you are opening up to understand you and have compassion for you. Compassion is judgment’s kryptonite. When it is present, judgments have little weight because people can imagine themselves feeling the same way.

3. Let them judge!

It can be liberating in an intimate relationship to just allow judgments to be present. Instead of stopping yourself from being open or vulnerable or from sharing something negative but important about yourself, do it anyway. As I relate in my book, Building Self-Esteem 5 Steps, If you notice yourself holding back out of fear of judgment, ask yourself first: “What judgment do I fear will come from my opening up?“ and, “What is it I fear will occur if they make that particular judgment about me?” Once you identify the fear, try to reassure yourself or find a way that you could manage the fear if it did come to be. Remind yourself that close and intimate relationships deepen when people risk judgment. If this openness doesn’t happen, it doesn’t necessarily mean you have done something wrong, but it may mean the person you are working to connect with doesn’t have the capacity for an emotionally intimate relationship.

4. Notice your own judgments.

There is no better way to care less about the judgments of others than to judge yourself and others less. Of course, judgment is unavoidable, but watch the language you use in your own head about the people and events in your life. Change the focus of your judgments: Instead of “she sucks” or “he’s a loser,” ask yourself what effect the person has on you that you want to avoid or be aware of in the future. For example, “She never follows through with her commitments to me.” Or, “He tells me he’s trying but I always end up disappointed.” Move away from the good and bad character traits of those in your life to what is healthy and unhealthy for you.

Now you tell me Do you think these things can help you. Actually, these help me and I think these are going to help you too.

Why Introverts are always afraid of being judged & How to overcome it?

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