Part of growing in Christian wisdom and grace is learning the divine art of not caring. A great deal of folly and destruction results from caring about all the wrong things and in the process, completely missing the most important things that you should care about.
So for example, you should care a lot about what your mom thinks of your outfit, your friends, what you’re watching or listening to, and you should not care about what strangers on the other side of the planet or the other side of a screen think at all. And compared to your mom, your good friends should know that they barely rank. Or if you are woman, how do you evaluate the state of your home? You should care a lot about what your husband thinks and maybe a few godly friends, but you should not care what Instagram thinks, what strangers might think, or what the voices in your head say.