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i can readFound Shit : Funny, Bizarre, Amazing Pictures & VideosMetaperceptions: How Do You See Yourself?I gave a toast at my best friend's wedding last summer, a speech I carefully crafted and practiced delivering. And it went well: The bride and groom beamed; the guests paid attention and reacted in the right spots; a waiter gave me a thumbs-up. I was relieved and pleased with myself. Until months later—when I saw the cold, hard video documentation of the event. While many profess not to care what others think, we are, in the end, creatures who want and need to fit into a social universe. The ability to intuit how people see us is what enables us to authentically connect to others and to reap the deep satisfaction that comes with those ties. The bottom line: It comes down to what you think about yourself Your ideas about what others think of you hinge on your self-concept—your own beliefs about who you are. Our self-concept is fundamentally shaped by one person in particular: Mama. The top line: You probably do know what people think of you Context is key