Stop judging for exaggerating.

exaggeration: a statement that represents something as better or worse than it really is.

When you speak or share the truth about the painful hurting situation of your life, some friends & family assume and judge you by saying you’re exaggerating the situation. My question is if you are not walking in my shoes how do you judge me for exaggerating my fears insecurities, doubts & struggles that I face in my daily life. You are physically, emotionally, and mentally away then how do you see, sense, or feel my pain and mental trauma that I am living with.

It’s easy to have a opinion but the person who is going through the painful situation can only feel the pain, anxiety, and fear of the unknown. Others can listen, can judge and give opinions but in reality no one understands the others daily struggles. (at physical, emotional and mental levels) Be genuine. Be compassionate. Be empathic. Don’t listen to someone for always giving them opinions and advice and judgement but listen because someone wants to be heard and understood without being judged.

Published by SONI J

I have been into healing since April 1996. I am a perseverant learner and have mastered all levels of Reiki and other modalities including Theta healing, Affirmations, Decrees, NLP& Switch words. I have been teaching Usui Reiki since Jan 2010 and i integrate my healing with Psychology as i firmly believe true and honest communication and understanding of self and others is a essential part of healing. For me healing is journey and not a destination. Self-healing and self-love are everyday rituals of self-care and not as and when we need it.

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