'Why don't I care what other people think of me?'
Not cant, not wont?
I do care what most people think of me most of the time.
I really only think socio paths or psychopaths don't, but that is because they cant.
We must uncover, what do I care about? What are most people thinking? and what is most of the time?
I care more about what is my duty and ability to impress upon people my positive side.
I am really working to make the world a better place, I care and think more about this.
What I care more about is what most think is my best self which is my dedication in making myself a better person to be in turn cared more about.
I care more about what I can prove is my best to people, because proving yourself to just yourself is defeating the purpose of why we care in the first and last place. I care about what others think of me because it will make me a better person in trying to prove something of worth to them.
I am a better person because I wish to be so for more than just my own opinion of myself.
I want me to matter and to count and to thrive.
And what do most people think, but that which is not proven to them or they do not wish to be proven to them.
Do I care what someone thinks if it were not my best?
If it is not of my fault they think negatively of me why should I care?
Because they may in turn be thinking negatively of them selves, that is why.
So try to never be that person and to never agree with the bad judgement and where ever possible try to prove them wrong.
Sometimes proving someone wrong is the best care for them.
As long as the right is better than the wrong work your hardest to change yourself or them.
Caring for yourself and others is making both sides better and truer.
Both caring about your and their merits and your and their prejudices is what makes us want to be better fuller happier and all round more positively productive members of a family called man.
Most of the time, Ah now we come to actively rising above what others may either be prejudiced against you for and of making sure all you do is not based and biased by exclusively what others may or not think of me.
Sometimes we must be more concerned about our own self security and survival and this is to care also what one thinks of ones self is worth more than just what others can only perceive.
To care more of what you can be then what others think you cant be.
It can even be a tool.
I am the one who will have to ultimately live with my own judgements and self, if I cannot live with and be proud of myself then I am of no use to any one else's care.
What I wish to be cared for about needs to be real and I must also care about myself in order to make myself real whether for myself or for others.
No point in caring what cannot happen or be thought?
I must care what I think because it will make what you think matter.
I must care what you think because it will make what I think matter.
If any of these cares and thoughts make you or I a worse person it could be said that I must care more of others than myself if it is hurting someone other than one.
But some people hurt themselves and there is nothing one can ever do or change in order to heal them apart from make sure it no longer is of a negative influence on you.
So not caring is justifiable if all you are doing is caring or thinking about the worst of others or yourself.
But I am also of the mind that we all do care, it just gets disguised and distorted.
Sometimes must we actively not care in order to be able to continue to care in the best possible and actually provable positive matter?
We cannot become better if we care that someone thinks we cant be better.?
We cannot care about the careless unless it is to make sure we do not become as so.?
Sometimes we must not care in order to be able to keep caring.?
'Why should I care what others think'?
Because it will make of you and I a better and more caring thoughtful and greater person.
As long as what you care about is helping them think good thoughts, the truth, as long as what you care about is that they care about you and care for themselves. Truth.
As long as all you try to do in life is to prove to others you are worthy of their care and that they are worthy of yours I think you can be quite happy.
And because ultimately it is what others care about you for that will afford you more and further freedoms in your and their life. And this will ultimately give the opportunity to be cared about and to care about even more.
The more we care about others the more we can care about ourselves.
This could be quite selfish in its way, The more I love the more I can be loved.
Love is cool and worth caring about.
'What ways do I care what others think of me?'
Ultimately as long as it is not caring or thinking I have or will harm or hurt I am just fortunate enough to care and think for myself.
And as long as I can care enough about what you and I think of each other I don't see the harm in either caring more for yourself or more for others as long as both are taken into care and thought and one is not cared less for.
I hear you ask; how can one care more for them selves or others but not less for themselves or others.?
Of which I can only answer; Do NO harm and you are at liberty to be as selfish or selfless as you like.
Does beg the question though; If I am keeping myself to myself am I not harming you by denying you of me?
I am a bit lost in this answer, but here it is.
As long as what you care about does not lead others to care less or badly for themselves or for others, I would say care as much or as little as you or they like.
(This is actually a really hard question to answer)