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Female Toxicity: Projection and Comparison

Female Toxicity_Today I decided to express my thoughts on a troubling and destructive trend I’ve come across in over the last few weeks. While I know that a number of women often fall victim to the comparison monster and their images of self to become warped by it, I’ve never grown accustomed to those who choose to victimize other women rather than seek the necessary healing and personal development that is needed to break free from such destructive processes […] READ full article at:  http://freedomatthecrossroads.com/female-toxicity-projection-and-comparison/

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24 thoughts on “Female Toxicity: Projection and Comparison

      1. You are very said that, and you are very correct. I know every learned person is learning to give everyone both men and women their respect and their rightful places. Do have a nice day!

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    1. I definitely agree! I know we’re human, but that’s exactly why we need to always check ourselves (i.e. our motives behind the words we speak, etc) as we interact with others. I don’t ever want to intentionally / intentionally wound or strike out at another human being because I was either too afraid or unwilling to address my own issues. 🌟🙏🏼

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  1. Two courses in my ideal curriculum would be civics and media literacy. I think one challenge of taking on this issue is that there is such a significant cultural component. As you say, we consume so many images, messages, and attitudes that it really takes dedicated reflection to gain self-awareness and make positive choices. For my part, opting out of many/most sources of consistently negative messages has been crucial to my sense of health and hope. Thanks for your sharing your experience in this post.

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    1. Thanks and I agree! It is critical that we opt out of sources of negative messages. I’d go further to say that when we shift our mindset to one of growth and self awareness, we’re better equipped to avoid or deal with negative and destructive forces.🌸

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  2. As my late Beloved Mother Mable Palmer used to say, “If you can’t say anything nice about someone. Don’t say anything at all!! People seem to think that they are invisible on the Internet and spew all types of hate and garbage that they would not say to the person’s face. That’s the reason I no longer participate on any of Facebook poetry/writing groups. Not that I’m afraid or thin-skinned. I don’t look for people to like me or seek their validation but I don’t want to get caught up in the quicksand/sewer of hatred. It’s ugly out there in social media.

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      1. Unfortunately even with my WordPress Blog I’ve had to put several white racists on Blast and one sexist. I don’t like having to do that but if you come for me I will answer you. For the whites who hate Black people why are they following my Blog in the first place. I don’t get it?! Like James Brown sang back in the day, Say it Loud! I’m Black and I’m Proud! I have no idea whether they are trying to intimidate me or what but they did not succeed and got read in the process. Lesson: Never Mess with a Black Female U.S. Army Veteran.

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  3. A very meaningful post! Sometimes is better to just agree to disagree than cause unhappiness to others… Thank you for the post! ❤️

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