A simple incident that we might overlook is strong enough to ignite that flame of change.
We welcome you to the Session 33 of The StoryYellers brought to you by Daraz Online Shopping with @samriddhirai, @faijaparween, @snehascare and @khima.pun
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Date: 19th June 2019
Time: 5:45 pm onwards
Ticket Price: Rs. 200 (Booking Price), Rs 250 (Door Price)
Venue: 25 Hours, Tangalwood
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They say once you get a taste of adrenaline, you won’t ever want it to end and they were right. When the opportunity came about for me to take a leap of faith I took the opportunity instantly and can say that it changed the way I saw everything in my life. From then on I vowed to take on every challenge that I could and have yet to conquer many adventures of my own since. At the beginning of this year, I made no resolution. All I did was promise to stop dreaming, to stop procrastinating and to live more spontaneously through every step of my life. It was the best decision I ever made. I have become happier than ever and have made many changes in my life to ensure that that happens. I have taken so many opportunities with open arms and am excited to see how they all plan out in the months to come.
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FEELINGS. How do you feel today? What are you feeling today? What thoughts are moving through your head? Write them down.
Yesterday I posted a video where i shared a journal entry from my past. And the post (unintentionally) opened up a debate of conflict that “fat is not a feeling”. But on 6/3/14 those words written down were MY feelings. Today, I’m curious. My belief is that you can never tell someone else what they can and cannot feel. And I’d love to hear all of your thoughts.
A model feels ugly, are their feelings invalid?
A CEO of a company feels unsuccessful, are their feelings invalid?
A “privileged” person feels depressed, are their feelings invalid?
A man/woman feels like a woman/man, are their feelings invalid?
An athlete feels weak, are their feelings invalid?
An anorexic/skinny/thin girl feels fat/heavy/overweight, are their feelings invalid?
If they are invalid, how do we validate them? Change the adjective? Their feelings come in forms of thought into the mind without additional refinement, they are what they are. And perhaps that’s due to societal upbringing (after all our labels were taught since childhood). Or perhaps the real question lies in examining the labels and identities we’ve come to assign ourselves with.
Do we have the right to tell people how they are allowed to feel or label their feelings? Notice the negative feeling that tend to go through your mind, what are they? Is it ok for people to discount your feeling because you don’t look or seem a certain way?
One thing I learned in therapy that’s stayed close with me for all these years is: our thoughts and feelings are our own, and when we shared them in the space it was a safe space of no judgement. It’s different on social media, but does it have to be? You can share opinion without judgement. I’d argue the world would be a more peaceful place.
I understand this is a sensitive topic, that’s why I want to open a dialogue, to see that maybe the differences perceived between “sides” of an argument can come to a conclusion of mutual respect. Share your thoughts below and please keep comments respectful! 🙏