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Are you more concerned about what other people do rather than what you do?

Are you one of those who worry more about what other people are doing

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18No
3Yes
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JessicaWoman99
posted 20-Jun-2013 8:30pm  
No but I know a lot of people who are more concerned about me and what I do yet they need some mental health treatment they have very serious problems in their life they should worry more about themselves
LindaH Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 20-Jun-2013 9:20pm  
As long as they aren't doing anything to me or victimizing anyone, I don't care what people do.
LJD
posted 20-Jun-2013 11:23pm  
I worry more about my family and others, than myself.
LJD
posted 20-Jun-2013 11:31pm  
As long as others are not doing something illegal, immoral, violent, within my sight, let them live as they choose.
Lysannus
posted 21-Jun-2013 4:15am  
As long as it is not adversely affecting me I could care less what others are doing.
bill
posted 21-Jun-2013 8:18am  
I'm more inwardly focused.
Irene007
posted 21-Jun-2013 1:26pm  
Not really - depends on the person but not very worried.
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 22-Jun-2013 8:17am  
I do worry about what others are doing to some extent, but I don't think I worry about others more than myself.
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 22-Jun-2013 2:42pm  
That's basically my job, although maybe that's more how they are doing.
LindaH Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to Biggles) posted 23-Jun-2013 12:25am  
Unless they are doing something that directly impacts their health, especially if it makes it more difficult for you to help them. I know a lot of doctors really frown on patients complicating conditions they are trying to fix. Violating doctors orders and such
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to LindaH) posted 23-Jun-2013 10:22am  
> Unless they are doing something that directly impacts their health,
> especially if it makes it more difficult for you to help them. I know
> a lot of doctors really frown on patients complicating conditions
> they are trying to fix.

Ah, but modern medicine is about "concordance" rather than "compliance wink Down with the patriarchy!

jettles Survey Central Subscriber
posted 24-Jun-2013 10:17pm  
nope
Kristal_Rose
posted 29-Jun-2013 6:36am  
Nope.

The only times I would worry are if they make life rough on me, society, or themselves. This is more of a general concern than worrying about any specific instances.
autumnlight
posted 8-Jul-2013 5:17pm  
Sometimes. I'm a nervous passenger, so when in a car, or worse, in a plane, I'm constantly worrying about what everyone else is doing. In life generally though, no.
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