EMANCIPATION OF THE MIND (PART 1)

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Psychologist Dr. Olumofin With A Model Of The Human Brain
Psychologist Dr. Olumofin With A Model Of The Human Brain

Who are you without me? I made you!

“My Husband beats & bruises me daily but I can’t leave him because no one has divorced in my family so I don’t want to be the first to divorce so I’ll just take the beating till he changes.”

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My girlfriend does Aristo/ Runs but at least she bring money to pay the bills -let’s see how far you will go without me.

I had 3 sidechicks when we were dating now I have only one as a married man and you’re complaining -my bf sleeps with anything in a skirt but at least he buys me birkin bags and Louboutins shoes.

I’ll marry Akin instead because he is the only son and his father will “WILL” all properties to him.

These assertions, questions and statements made above are daily lines used on some people who have the least respect, hope and love for themselves.
Self actualization is the highest point a person could reach in terms of success or achievement in maslows hierarchy of needs theory, self actualization is a place where a person is at peace and is happy with his achievements in life ( financial, spiritual, physical, social status etc)
For us to reach our self Actualized state we have to “ emancipate our minds” / break free of the mental chains that have been out there by media, friends, peer pressure, family, significant other).

A lot of ladies in relationships are suffering and smiling because their minds have not been emancipated, they don’t believe in themselves but they have to put up with the crap and antics of their men because they don’t want to appear single to the public. A story was brought to my attention by a close friend about a married woman who has lost 2 pregnancies due to constant physical attacks by her husband despite all the bruises and scars she won’t leave him because no one has divorced in her family so she doesn’t want to be the first and she doesn’t want society to frown or judge her for being divorced or a single mother.
She is a “mental” inmate, a prisoner to the pressures of society , her mind hasn’t been emancipated and she will not be happy or meet someone better until such thoughts are buried.

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