My Own Biggest Fan…


I know I am ass, HOWEVER…

I am my own biggest fan!

I may unintentionally offend many people with my vulgarities and my absurd,  one-sided opinions but it is who I am or better yet, it is how I cope with my flawed personality. And we all have a flawed personality.

Here is an example of what I mean: after a night out with friends or acquaintances I lay awake at night laughing at the unusual things that came out of my mouth. I react this way because most of the stuff I say I just thought of right there in the moment. Nothing is rehearsed or thought through. If it was I know I would NEVER say it.  I sometimes laugh for a whole 24 hours afterwards. I also think about  how others join in and how they let their true selves come forward too. It warms my heart so much to hear their laughter and to see them really open up.

The reason I am bringing attention to this is because at the ripe age of 39 I am finally enjoying who I am. I am not enjoying who I am because I think that I am perfect, or because I think I am great,  funny, or right. I enjoy myself because I am flawed…extremely flawed…so flawed that all  I can do is laugh. I am my own biggest joke. How fun is that?! I am literally having a blast with myself at the ripe age of 39, practically all the time. Imagine walking around with your best friend…the funny one! That is what it is like. I insist you give it  a try.

Here are the steps to becoming “Your Own Biggest Fan”:

  1. Acknowledge your flaws. (You really have to be honest with yourself here. )
  2. Announce your flaws to the world. (Be blunt…and loud. The later usually comes naturally.)
  3. Reject what others think of  you. (As long as you aren’t intentionally offending others it isn’t your business what they think of you.)
  4. Realize others really don’t give a shit. (They are too worried about how they come across.)
  5. Laugh. Laugh. Laugh. (and snort…snorting is fun!)

Don’t get me wrong, I have gone too far many times. People have backed away or have decided that I am not their kind of person. This is the challenging part. What I do to deal with this rejection and judgement is quite simple. I tell myself that it is better to be liked and accepted for who I truly am than to be restricted just to make someone else like me. The later is how I lived my life for 35 years. I stifled myself so that more people would like me. It worked out ok but I found that I really didn’t enjoy being around the people who I felt I had to be a certain way with.  It was work keeping my true essence to myself. My new way is better because:  Those that accept me are  easy to be around because I can be natural and free and as a result  I have formed more meaningful relationships.

Maybe you are already your own biggest fan. Many people are just born with this confidence and self-acceptance and that is awesome! For me, it came later on and it is better than never!

Now go on and make an ass out of yourself. After you succeed at failing, I would love to hear about it. Write a message on this page about your experience.

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6 thoughts on “My Own Biggest Fan…

  1. Lisa says:

    I’m mine AND your biggest fan!!!! How bout breaking not 1 but 2 adirondack chairs at your house. I can still SNAUGHLE at that!!! Love you ya crazy biotch!!! To the moon!!! 😘🌙😍

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  2. Suzi MacLeod says:

    My favorite thing about you is your sense of humor. I may not see you often, but it is a guaranteed laugh every time I talk to you!! And yes, I usually laugh about something you say for a couple days!!!

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  3. Anonymous says:

    I love love love it Robin!!! So glad you have decided to say “fuck everybody else if they don’t like me… This is me, this is who I am and I love me!!!” I totally agree on everything you said! You are one funny ass and you just need to keep on cracking yourself up!! I do it every day!! Isn’t it great?!?! Now go on and get yourself a tall Blue Moon and tell yourself some funny shit! 😘😘😘

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