These Are The Things You Need To Stop Blaming Yourself For
Life is just a stream of decisions and nothing else. When we’re kids our parents make the big decisions for us but once we come to an age where we can understand what life is about, we have to make those decisions ourselves. What we decide often helps us become who we are or shapes our future.
We often make decisions that do not have a desired outcome and we often blame ourselves for it. This is a very wrong mindset and there are decisions and choices in life that we should not blame ourselves for taking.
Your body is sacred. No matter what the media has made us believe over generations, no body type is the perfect one. Every individual body is special and should be respected. The most important thing is that you should respect and love your body the way it is and not try to change it just because people or the media says it is not desirable.
2Having reproductive issues
It is common knowledge that women who are unable to conceive are subject to humiliation and hatred from their own families. They are viewed as lesser women. This is just pathetic and shows how cruel people can be. Reproductive problems can happen to anyone just like other afflictions happen.
3How to deal with this?
You should never blame your body or shame yourself for not being able to conceive. It’s not on purpose so it’s not your fault. In general everyone should be more sensitive. It is rude to ask women why they haven’t had kids, etc. Some women suffer miscarriages and it is extremely painful to be reminded of it.
4Where you come from
When we grow up, we leave our protected environments and go out into the real world. Most of us move to big cities where no one knows us and we can be whoever we want to. Many people often hide their past and where they are from. It is better to just accept your reality. It doesn’t matter where you come from, as long as you are doing good work.
We live in an insensitive world where most people don’t know the value of kindness. It is easy to belittle people for their disabilities, mental or physical. But you should never feel ashamed of yourself for it. Everyone has some strengths and weaknesses and you should try to find your strengths and enhance them.