We all walk around life with a slew of fears circulating in our heads. Most of us can relate to the fear of judgement. "Why did I say that?" "If I wear this outfit what will people think?" "My body is so embarrassing, what will others think?" My clients regularly report that a big reason they don't eat regularly is because they are afraid of judgement.
Fear of judgement is so real it keeps many of us from stepping out and achieving our goals. It is very debilitating. And because it has been my life's aim to get vulnerable I will admit that my own fears of judgement have
limited the growth of my private practice. "What if others think I'm a fraud?" is a thought that often stops me from moving forward. Sooo, in my own life, right now, I am making the choice to step forward anyway. Its okay to be afraid. Its probably pretty normal. But I can't let the fear get in the way of what I want to do.
And for my clients and friends and fellow humans I urge you to do the same. Notice your fear. Acknowledge your fear of judgement ("hello fear...I see you're still here today") and then take the leap with me ("You can't stop me fear!").