Dance Like No One is Watching

dance like no one is watching

Such a simple statement but SO hard for me to act on! I’m constantly fighting fears of embarrassment and rejection when I dance, especially when I’m trying to express emotion through my dance.


I try to hold onto those moments when I did manage to break through, live in the moment, and feel free to “just dance,” no matter who was watching.


It can be incredibly frustrating to have memories of those moments but not be able to break free of the fear in the present moment.


But I keep pushing and surround myself with positive, supportive people. And one day, I’ll break free for good.

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One thought on “Dance Like No One is Watching

  1. D_Wall says:

    That is a tough thing to conquer. I have found that having to do some “silly” bits in my routines has helped me. Once you’ve done a Quickstep in an Egyptian costume, it’s hard to feel embarrassed. Keep surrounding yourself with supportive people because that helps too.

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