For some reason escaping people from judging you on your every action is un heard of and impossible. We have come from places and taught to believe that what people think of you is so important. Anyone who tries to tell me that this idea is wrong is preposterous, he or she just doesn’t want to believe it.
How do you get a job? How do you make friends? How do you get your name out there to have opportunities?
What people think of us is something no one can escape no matter how many obstacles you get through, or how deep you plug it into the ground. Everyone is so worried about fitting in that they resort to copying someone else. Many people do that, which concludes people trying to be like other fake people.
In the end, the world consist of people hiding there struggles and expecting others to learn from them. In the end you are applauded for being a real person surrounded by plastic people.
Why are we applauding something that is already real? Why are we applauding people for being themselves when everyone should be doing that in the first place?
At the end of the day we all have our struggles. At the end of the day not hiding those struggles should be the norm because we all have them. Who are we to judge people who have flaws when we have them ourselves?