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What will people think?!

How to lovingly detach from other people's opinions:
A free workshop!
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Worrying about what other people will think,
is one of the most common sources of self-doubt.


Does this sound familiar?

  • Finding yourself taking hours to craft an email response.
  • Or labouring over the filter and/or caption before sharing your thoughts on social media.
  • Overthinking the 'right' time to speak up in work meetings.
  • Talking yourself out of sharing what's really going on for you, with your people. You're FINE.
  • Not saying the thing you believe would help your client, your colleague, or your kid.
  • A tendency to interpret any feedback as criticism. You often feel braced for it.

When you're diluting so much of yourself, it can be
tricky to know where your fear of their opinion ends,
and your true self begins.


We can't control other people's opinions
but you can lovingly detach from the impact of it.

In this free 90-minute workshop, we'll cover:

  • The worry about what other people might think can be a cracking source of self-awareness (if we let it!). We'll explore what might be going on for you underneath your self-doubt.
  • How to take care of yourself when self-doubt rears up - because we so quickly go into a dysregulated state and respond from there. I have a creative metaphor for understanding your experience, staying grounded and present with yourself.
  • How to navigate back to wholeness, using the Criticism Map. I'm excited to share a process that supports you to process and integrate your worries healthily and compassionately.
You'll walk away with useful information,
practical tools and loving detachment.
  • This workshop was recorded on Thursday 16th February 2023
  • Watch the replay in your own time - settle in with tea and a notebook
  • A pdf reference guide is also provided.

You'll also be subscribed to my newsletter.

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Hello you! I'm Sas.

Worrying about what people think has been a perennial source of my self-doubt. I used to try and manage my worry through defensiveness, rejecting other people, or hiding. But I knew my responses held me back in my work and relationships. I wanted to understand why my emotions were often out of proportion, and how I could be with other people's opinions in a way that didn't leave me ruminating for days.

So I spent twelve months exploring my relationship with judgement and criticism. As a result, I developed the Criticism Map. I've shared this with hundreds of clients over the years. These days I feel pretty neutral about what other people think (it's so liberating). I want this for you too.

Sas x

I'm Sas Petherick, a Master Coach OBSESSED with helping you heal your Self-doubt. I'm the founder of Self-belief School and you'll find me on the Gram most days: @saspetherick do come and say hello x