I’m so damn sick of bullies. 🙄
Although my first reaction to bullies is always, “What happened to you to make you this way?😕”
@billmaher host of the @hbo show Real Time with Bill Maher...is a liberal, sometimes funny, successful guy. It just boggles my mind why anyone would not only condone but promote bullying of any kind.
I have been overweight my entire life. I have faced ridicule, humiliation, and your so-called shame most days of my life. So, you saying that it needs to make a “comeback”...I hate to tell you but it never went away. So what you’re suggesting is that people should look-down on, be cruel to, and bully people for something that is an extremely difficult issue that so many face?
Maybe you’ve never faced being a larger human, and all the pain, embarrassment, and discrimination it brings. Obviously you don’t understand that it’s not easy. For many, it’s an addiction to food (so are you also saying that we should shame people who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol?) or the mental struggles of overwhelm that being big can create that can make it almost impossible to make the necessary changes it takes to lose the weight. It’s not easy. It’s hard as hell.
I have worked hard to truly love myself just as I am. At my highest weight, my lowest weight, and everywhere in between. I believe that unlike you, society has evolved in such a beautiful way to recognize that we are ALL worthy of kindness, of joy, of success, of being seen as the gorgeous people we are, no matter the size.
You think we should all be shamed? Made to feel bad about ourselves because of the body we present to society? Well, Bill, I feel sad for you. Sorry that something in you is so broken that you feel this way. That your ego was damaged somehow so badly that you think being an asshole to others will fix it. I hope you can educate yourself, grow in kindness & positivity and recognize that the platform that you have can and should be used for good...not for the petty, immature, irresponsible bullshit you’re putting out there...like, how people like me should be shamed for our bodies.
To all that recognize each of our struggles with empathy & kindness, I love you.
Sfatiamo il mito: anche gli uomini sono sensibili.
Anzi, spesso sono molto sensibili.
Poco abituati sin dall'infanzia ad esprimere e riconoscere le emozioni, vivono le tensioni familiari e di coppia spesso in silenzio, incapaci di chiedere aiuto.
Uomo = "Razionale, forte, poco attento alle emozioni" questa è la classica definizione che spesso deve indossare sin dalla nascita, nella nostra cultura.
Al contrario della donna, viene scarsamente riconosciuto come sensibile a ciò che accade all'interno della coppia.
Nulla di più falso.
La disfunzione erettile è associata a rapporti di coppia infelici, turbolenti, caratterizzati da tensioni e conflitti mal gestiti.
Imparare a vivere una coppia più sana, a discutere senza distruggersi a vicenda è possibile.
Contattami per una prima consulenza.