As women living in this society, we are told about so many skills that we need to learn. Some households prefer women to learn how to cook. Some add stitching to this list. Others think that successfully managing all household chores is necessary for women.
How to take care of others, how to serve others, these are usual things that are believed to be crucial for women to know. Then there are others who believe that to excel in academics along with these other skills is also as important. There are a few who support women in making a career as well.
The most underrated skill that women need to learn in order to survive in this society, in this world, in this day and age is to know how to regulate their emotions.
As women we go through so much. Different phases of life bring different challenges for us. Our roles keep changing; our routines also keep changing. No one realizes how difficult it can be to adapt to new situations and environments.
Needless to say, this makes us emotionally weak. We continue living in the same way apparently but, from the inside, we know something is wrong. We react, we become sad, we become depressed, we become anxious, we are not able to control our anger. In short, we aren’t able to regulate our emotions so well. We aren’t able to fit in all the roles that we are supposed to fit in. Even if we do so physically, we aren’t in it emotionally. Not unless we learn how to regulate our emotions.
If we don’t know how to regulate our emotions, we will in some way or the other, transfer all our issues into the next generation as well.
Why is this skill so important?
It is because in the absence of this skill, all other skills will fall short. We wouldn’t be able to function in the way that we are supposed to function in. And most importantly, if we don’t know how to regulate our emotions, we will in some way or the other, transfer all our issues into the next generation as well.
How do you think we can achieve this?
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