Day 35 of 100 Days of Loving Men

Day 35 of 100 Days of advice on how to treat men right in relationship and daily interactions with men.

#35 The end of a relationship is not the fault of every man on the planet.

Yes, the end of relationships can be painful [or not depending on each relationship, some end amicably] however, stay conscious to not lash out at the entire gender of men because it didn’t turn out the way you wished. This is not the fault of a gender.

I know you may come to a point where you feel rage but just let it be rage, let it be pain, let it be whatever is present for you. Then let it go. Don’t carry the story after you’ve cleared it. You may be hurt but remember to not project that onto an entire gender. It also won’t help you heal and just will keep you from feeling the pain. Just let yourself feel how you feel. That’s absolutely healthy. What’s not healthy is projecting that into an ‘I hate men’ mantra.

Love yourself enough to heal yourself, creating the bitter mantra of ‘I hate men’ is not healing for you or anyone.


2 thoughts on “Day 35 of 100 Days of Loving Men

  1. There is a concept that I cover on my blog called Self-Serving Bias. It is a way that we humans protect our ego, essentially that we can do no wrong. The more fragile our ego is, the more we must do to protect it. So if we break up with someone and we have a weak ego, we may blame an entire gender just so we can feel justified that it is not our fault. Often lead to be in denial.

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