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Jen Rowston
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That’s their problem, not ours. This is the risk of being quiet or noisy. People will always write their own story about us, to suit themselves. Does it matter?

Brian Bentz
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People will judge us whether we speak or we are silent. I have had my spoken words turned around to be something never intended and when I was silent told I am a jerk for not speaking up. I truly don’t care what anyone thinks of me, I know I am a good person and if someone wants to think overwise so be it!

Susan Dunn
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Way too true. I used to be – and still am – a quiet person on the whole. A good listener, I was also tagged as stuck up! Me! Last thing! Misinterpreting ‘shy’ or simply ‘reserved’ or simply ‘quiet’… too bizarre for me to take in … until one day I realized the very truth of the quote above. 🙂

Audrey Price
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Yep stuck up every time.. no I am not.. People judge with out getting to know what beneath if their that shallow not worth my friendship!
I’m just cautious who I allow in my world if that makes me stuck up than so be it 😆

Nancy A. Garcia
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People will judge us even if we spoke up more! I say, let them; let them create their own stories of us. At the end of it all, it’s my story, my loved ones (the ones who matter) will remember!

Patricia I. Phillips Williams
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So true,lived this for so many years…was called stuck up. It changes you…especially coming from someone you trusted. I would say being shy makes you a prisoner in your own body or mind.

Tia Mia
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I find they do the same for the mouthy. Generally they don’t understand the nuances of literate expression and judge and repeat in the most harmful recognizable definition in their life experience. Oh well.

Lori A. Jones
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How they interpret my silence, still says more about them, then it does me. I won’t be forced into being chatty because someone is not capable of understanding my silence.

My Life as a Spoonie Zebra
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This is so true. When living with chronic illness you are managing so much on a daily basis that when people think they know who I am and have it very very wrong, it upsets me. Not for long because actually, I have too many other things to care about but it does hurt and sting for a while. I never pre-judge any one. No-one ever knows what somebody else is managing. I really wish I didn’t care, but I do.

Mila Asadova
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My story is that I always think about you. Was watching and time warriors videos, thinking about my own dreams and revelations, my children and you darling and was praying of course 🌜❤️🌛 😇. 😘😎

Melissa Richards
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And the risk of not being quiet is that people will twist your words to suit their own narrative anyway. You can’t avoid judgement or conflict. Not letting any of it define you, or force you to conduct your business in a manner that you don’t want to, is where you win.

Karena Tolbert
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And yet at times when you choose to share of yourself and are honest with people about how you’re feeling, it is still received in err. Loving oneself and being ok with who and what YOU are is most important. A lesson that has taken most of my 42 years to learn, you cannot lose what you never had. I’d rather have a very small circle of those who love me for me, the crazy and all, than have a circle of people who judge and gossip about me to make themselves feel better. It is what it is…

Alisa Mollenhauer
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People often write their own stories about us whether we are quiet or not…it usually reflects their own insecurities. let them go, because your real friends know who you are at the end of the day.

Benson Violet
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Don’t mind what ppl say behind you as long as you know to yourself that you’re not what they say. Some of us chose to be quiet to have their own life but still ppl judge… So sad. Please be sensitive PEOPLE! Words truly cut deeper than knives.

Debra Brown Yearous
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Isn’t that the truth! I remember having lunch with a young women at church several years ago. We had an awesome visit and near the end of our meal she looked at me and said, “I’m really surprised by this, I always thought you were snot” All because I was shy and quiet until I get to know people. Good reminder for us not to judge people till we know them better-reach out instead.

Nick Taylor
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That’s fine with me. Their reality of me, is not my reality, so why would I live there?
People project themselves on to others, so all their judgements, good or bad, are about themselves, and have nothing to do with me, except I was in their field of vision.
I prefer being quiet, most people are intimidated by quiet, and thus leave me alone. Others, however, find me fascinating and wish to discovery my world.
It usually weeds out the time wasters and fills what social interactions I have with people that are interesting.

Neil Hil
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The quiet people like myself just don’t want to look like the jack ass that never shuts the f up. We actually have a lot to say but choose carefully who to share it with. No need to be running off at the mouth to people that don’t care what your thinking about anyway

Nina Marie
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It stinks. A natural introvert – until
I drink of course, then I talk to everyone. Liquid courage I guess, but that’s not always the right answer. There’s a time and a place for alcohol

Ryki Bolling
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I learned a long time ago that what others think of you is none of your business so who cares?

Aliya Nawaz
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And If you are still quiet even after their so called interpretation then I am sure they are going to bang their head against wall and that will be the best revenge..well you are still on safe side….

Yasmin Cat
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I used to fear this and would end up over sharing sometimes for no reason other than to fill gaps in a conversation. Over sharing will also be seen the wrong way like you are doing it for attention, sympathy, ect. Nothing you will ever do if it’s talking “a lot” or “not enough” will please people. So just use the most important tool you have (your voice) the way you want to. I now only speak when my words are better than my silence. If I think I am close enough with someone to share something about my personal… Read more »

Adrian Arrieta
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“You have a voice.
So use it.
Speak up.
Raise your hands.
Shout your answers.
Make yourself heard.
Whatever it takes.
Just find your voice.
And when you do fill the damn silence.”

-Meredith Gray