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D.O.N.E. Done. It was very lonely in the beginning but now Allhamdulilah I got rid of every toxic in my life. Ik solitude is necessary in order to become self aware and heal. No distraction. Raw pain. My heart is heal but I'm still healing from other traumas. I love my solitude and my very Small circle and most of all my peace!

Kuch irshad farmaye?🌸

Iman Rajput
You know things are not going well for you and your spouse. Your partner did seem stern, aloof and resentful that last time you spoke to each other. Like always you expect them to come around, let go of the steam and become their normal self with time. Instead, one day, you come home to find their clothes missing from their cupboards and a piece of paper on the dinner table- a divorce notice.
Do you think this scenario could transpire into your life?
It’s not uncommon that couples start to fight and make up…fight and make up, until one day they fall apart for good. Don’t neglect your relationship issues, you never know, your relationship could be treading towards rocky roads too!
P.s writing mode is on ❤️

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A secret message for someone? 😏

Dear girls,
I am so sick and tired of you for playing all the victim all the time. I mean seariously , i am a girl and am so fed up already with these little things about us saying we get hurt all the time by the guys. DON'T THE GUYS HURT TOO? WE CHEAT ON THEM, WE BREAK THEIR HEARTS,AND WE KILL THEM A LITTLE. DON'T YOU CARE ABOUT THEM? THE BOY WHOSE HEART WAS BROKEN,THE MAN WHO HAD BEEN IGNORED ALL THESE YEARS, ' YOU ARE NOT THE VILLAIN OF THIS STORY ANYMORE', we are.
So yeah, this is for the male race that we have been hurting all these times.
We love you.

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Post something no one can understand?

I'll show you."
I'm ashamed to admit it, but one of the best ways to motivate me is to insult me -- or for me to manufacture a way to feel insulted, regardless of whether I'm actually justified in feeling that way or not.
"Justified" is not the point. Fueling my motivation to do whatever it takes to prove that person wrong, and, more important, to achieve what I want to achieve, is all that matters.
Call it artificial competition or manufactured anger; call it childish and immature; call it creating perceived insults -- whatever you call it, it works for me.

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Look around you...We all are liars here and everyone of us is better than you😕😕

My scars remind me that I did indeed survive my deepest wounds. That in itself is an accomplishment. And they bring to mind something else, too. They remind me that the damage life has inflicted on me has, in many places, left me stronger and more resilient. What hurt me in the past has actually made me better equipped to face the present.

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What have you learned to accept?🎈

Why do they always leave? Why are they the ones who get to leave me and not the other way round? Is there something wrong with me? Is there some curse on my life that pushes the people I love away? Maybe yes
So I believed. I walked around feeling guilty for all the relationships that went bad. I didn’t believe anybody could love a faulty creation like me. I became a sad person. No compliment would do even if it came from the deepest pit of love. My mind was made up—I’m the one who is wrong. I deserve no love because eventually….I would push the people I love and who loved me back away.
I lost self-esteem. I hated myself. I didn’t see anything good to be loved about myself. I became paranoid. When things were going right in my life I began to panic. I knew good things were just but shadows and they’ll end soon when darkness falls. I didn’t deserve any good things so why would they even happen to me? All good things in my life end so quickly even before I could learn to love them fully.
This is not my story. It could also not be your story. It’s for who it is. It’s for the one going through series of rejections and taking all the blame for the things that didn’t turn out right. It is for the one hurting because of a relationship she/he invested so much in and yet ended even before it started. It’s for the one saying “I’m the one who is wrong because I’m the one they always leave for better people.

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Thoughts on life?

Muhammad Ali Akbar
The problem with keeping secrets is that they're alive. We like to think that our secrets can lie quietly in our minds, as inert as dirt, but we're wrong. Secrets aren't just our creations...they're our creatures, beings with wills of their own. They grow. They reproduce, as we form new secrets to support the old ones. They even migrate, colonizing the people closest to us. But the scariest thing about secrets is what, they want out. The truth constantly tries to escape into the open, and keeping any of it buried invites isolation, obsession, addiction, even complete psychological destruction. On the other hand, random or ill-advised confessions can be disastrous. The only way to find harmony and balance is to learn when, where, why and to whom you should confess your secrets.
The confession compulsion makes sense when you consider that our secrets are simply parts of our life stories, our selves, that have been forced into hiding. We all have a deep psychological need to be accepted as we really are, but that can never happen as long as there are parts of us that no one sees or knows. We conceal aspects of ourselves that we think invite rejection, but ironically, the very act of secrecy makes us inaccessible to love. We think we're hiding our secrets, but really, our secrets are hiding us.
Perhaps that's why when we lie or hide the truth, our very physiology rebels: Stress indicators like blood pressure, perspiration, blinking rates and breathing all increase, while immune function declines. Our subconscious mind joins the battle against secrecy; we find ourselves telling the truth in dreams, Freudian slips and the occasional drunken blurt. The more secretive we are, the more separate we feel from our own bodies, our own lives.
There are many things that don't need revealing; things that are simply private, rather than secret. We only need to confess secrets that diminish your ability to live an authentic life. You may have inherited these dark secrets from a dysfunctional family, broken a moral code, or fallen victim to something—rape, financial fraud, AIDS—that triggered shame and concealment. If any of the following statements describe you, confession is a must
I am keeping a secret to protect someone—possibly myself—from the natural consequences of ongoing destructive behavior (alcoholism, violence or sexual abuse, for example).
My secret makes me feel constantly ashamed.
I conceal the truth because telling it might make someone angry.
I would not want to associate with anyone who has the same secret I do.
I'm sure I'll be rejected by anyone who learns this secret.
My secret is so awful, I can't stand to think about it, let alone talk about it.
This secret makes me pull away from people I want to trust and love.
I'd rather end a relationship than tell another person my secret.
I'm doing something that violates my own moral code.
Conveniently enough, the first person to whom you absolutely must confess is you. 👇

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Would you break the law to save someone you loved?

First we all MUST be honest with each other , I think as human attitude the answer will be BIG YES , but on physical land thats can't be applied , as we can't take the right call unless we face that status , then you and only you can make up your mind and i wish no one can be in this situation.

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Both family and career are huge responsibilities and sometimes the demands in each arena can cause conflicts. Therefore, choosing one over the other can be a hard decision which will alter my life forever. It’s important that I analyse the situation with an open mind and decide what I want. But perhaps, the most important question I need to answer is what do I expect out of life?’
marriage should always come first because without a career I can still make money. The sole reason why many pursue careers is for money before passion and the likes. If my marriage fails, both the man and woman have failed, your career should not be placed before it. I won’t sacrifice my marriage for anything, it is sacred and I treat it that way If I look at it religiously, Allah created marriage as an institution that should be held in high esteem; both the man and woman have huge roles to play. Marriage is a long-life commitment with two different people coming together while career is for a while which will stop, so the former should take precedence over the latter. I believe in marriage which has to do with understanding each other’s emotional make up and working towards attaining peace and harmony. As for career, it is also good as well but this is the 21st century where no one is willing to spend his/her life in a career that will not bring happiness.
I am tired of being single as I truly feel the need for intimacy and security. I have been feeling more vulnerable lately. I also wish to live a more productive life as a Muslim adult. I truly want to be married and eventually have children while I still want to fulfill my education and career goals. However, I am afraid to have children though this is my wish. I'd like to have them after earning my degree. I want so many things but can’t make up my mind what to do first and how to prioritize I encourage myself to prioritize according to what is most pleasing to Allah. Although I may not be able to see it right now, in the future maybe I'll be filled with regret for not taking advantage of an opportunity to marry and have a family. It may be a lot more difficult to marry and have children at a later stage in life. Once that opportunity passes, I will never be able to get it back. In addition, if I can find an understanding spouse, then hopefully I can do both: get married and continue your education. Career is important for worst time. In case I'll be divorced, widow, or other family issue so I'll cope with them all, but I prefer my family then comes career after marriage.

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