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I feel very proud and fortunate that my audience has been so supportive and confirmatory in this initiative of ours. It requires great courage and boldness to share things that have thrived within their subconscious mind for years. The instances are really heart-wrenching which should reach a larger audience to make them understand that they are not alone in this suffering of unfair circumstances. There are always some situations in life which aren’t in our hands whereas, what is in our hand is our bravery, courage, efforts and fortitude which can help us overcome it. Accidents are always surprising and sudden for which no one can ever be prepared. IT CAN HIT ANYONE AND ANYTIME, EVEN US! It is not anyone’s fault and one should not live under that burden since this will make them weak eventually. What we should gather is that we are only responsible for what we do consciously or subconsciously. In this blog, I am going to voice some of the points which I hope can alleviate and mitigate the sufferings of the people out there reading this.

Acts such as molestation and physical abuse leaves a very deep impact on the mental state of any individual. It is done by a person with a disgusting, deformed and perverted mentality. You don’t have to cry over or burden yourself with repent for someone who isn’t even worth your time. You have to believe in Karma, God and Yourself. Their guilt will eat them alive and there would definitely be consequences to their actions. The people lumbering and rumbling under this weight should stay strong and optimistic- not that it would be easy but necessary for your own goodwill. Male-chauvinism and dominance has thrived in our society for ages and is still dwelling now. Daughters are the ones who always have to suffer the hardships and we need to change this. Also, people expecting their parents to come to their rescue should also understand that they are brought up under this societal pressure of male-dominancy and their hands are up against the wall (which isn’t what we expect- but that is how it is!). You don’t need anyone; you are more than enough. This a phase of your life- sooner or later- it will pass. Just hang in there, you have something better written in your destiny.

Life and death are inevitable cycles. Life is difficult as well as fragile- Yesterday WAS my father, today IS me, and tomorrow WILL BE my child! We have to keep up with life as it keeps moving forward and understand this circle is endless and will remain even after us. Rather than drowning continuously in the trauma and grief, keep yourself positive and accepting. Losing someone is definitely a heart-breaking and mournful experience but understanding the cycle at an early stage would be better for you. This experience will help you judge people who are going through similar distress, agony and anguish. I lost my grandmother when I was 12, but I gathered that people in my family need me more than my anguish and pain. This approach helped me to get over the experience at a fairly higher rate. Now I understand this feeling better and always help people going through asperities to sympathize and console them and support them to share their sorrow- Because it feels good to be heard at that moment of time.

Puberty, sex, periods, etc. are some of the topics which we expect to learn during our upbringing, but most of our parents were raised in an orthodox and conservative environment. Due to this, they lack the basic knowledge of these subjects, and until they themselves aren’t aware of it, we can’t expect them to teach us those things. If you look at the bigger picture and understand their point of you, I am sure you can extrapolate why they made such decisions. Instead of arguing and being low-spirited, we should pledge that the hardships we have been through will not be faced by our future generations. Keeping our next generations savvy on these topics will help us make a society in which we always wanted to live in- WE ARE THE CHANGE! We do not need to be disheartened by these instances but rather learn from it and be stronger for our progenies.

Vulnerability, susceptibility, proneness and labile nature are some of the most beautiful attributes of a person. Don’t bury these attributes, try talking, try sharing and I am sure there are people to listen to you. I have seen people been through these circumstances to be the greatest personalities. This isn’t the end, but this makes you stronger and more robust as you walk along the road. Don’t loathe yourself for what you didn’t do, you will get through this and be a much more admirable and fabulous person. You just have to identify your best self and I am sure you would do miracles in whatever you choose because you know how it feels to be at an abyss. You are your own competition, beat yourself every day, push your limits daily and kick out all the negativity and pessimism out of the window. You all are commendable and we need more people like you in our society, so please hang in there- YOU ARE IMPORTANT!

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