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Words Can’t Bring Me Down

Words are powerful. Words can make or break. Words can uplift you, words can bring you down.

I refuse to let words of others bring me down.

I try not to be let down by them. I won’t say I am successful in doing so all the time, but most of the time, I am. I have learnt a trick or a two. Wish to know? Read on how I don’t let words let me down anymore. At least most of times though.

Believe In How And What God Made You

If you do not believe in God, simply move on to the next point please 😊

Trust the Almighty, if you believe in God, that He cannot falter. He is the supreme, and if you have faith in Him, you also believe that He does not make mistakes, and would not do anything which is not appropriate for us. Hence, I believe, if He made me the way I am, this is the best for me. Of course, it is my job to work on myself, and hone what God gifted me with, the faith is what keeps me going.

Having Two Ears Has A Specific Purpose!

Having two ears is a passage in itself. When you don’t like something being said to you, listen through one ear, and let it pass through the other. Don’t give it any passage into your mind and heart. Let it pass through, smile, and forget it!

Sympathise With The Ones Who Criticise You

Just imagine… What would be the mental state of someone who has nothing else in the world to do, except for judging others? A person who has a false notion of being superior to everyone, so much so that that one feels entitled to give opinion, the mental level of that person is really low. That person needs to be pitied instead of being paid heed to. So, give some of your pity vibes to that one, and move on!

Start Thinking About Food!

This is my best strategy. When you happen to be in a company which expects you to listen to them judging you with grace, thinking about your favourite dish is the best strategy, believe me! I start thinking about how I could have utilised my time having some wonderful food. By the time I finish eating that in my head, the people around me are done judging. You have smiled all through, being in a mental food coma, and nodded along too, and have not allowed anything to go inside your head.

You Are Beautiful as you are, and no one must be allowed to make you feel otherwise. The people who do that need to either learn to shut up and re-learn the concept of beauty, or they need to go from your life.


You Are Beautiful as you are, and no one must be allowed to make you feel otherwise. The people who do that need to either learn to shut up and re-learn the concept of beauty, or they need to go from your life.

I have never been told by the man who was in my life that I was beautiful. Never. I know how it affects you, if you let it. I did. And I was devastated. But now, ask me, and I think completely otherwise.

I am beautiful
No matter what they say
Words can’t bring me down
I am beautiful
Yes, I am!
And so are You!
You will stay beautiful!
I am beautiful with my tummy flab
I am beautiful with my body hair
I am beautiful with my dark spots
I am beautiful with my acne outburst
I am beautiful with my double chin
I am beautiful with my side burns
I am beautiful with my stretch marks
I am beautiful with my accidental scars
I am beautiful,
And so are You!
God made us this way,
There’s no way he made a mistake!

But I know what makes me not-beautiful. My uncontrollable anger does. I am not ashamed to admit it, but I know I need to improve that. I have come a far way, this too I shall conquer.

But no one can tell me I am not beautiful, and bring me down otherwise!

This post is a part of #UnapologeticGirlz Blogathon hosted by @mylittlemuffin_mom @mommyvoyage and @themomsagas, sponsored by @kaurageousyou 
I thank Bhawna Shah who blogs at www.kickupstairs.com for introducing me.

I would also take the opportunity to introduce Sweta who blogs at cloudandsunshine.com . She is a Doctorate degree holder, currently a SAHM who blogs about motherhood, parenting, relationships, and life in general. You can read her post on Body Positivity in this #UnapologeticGirlz Blogathon series here.

4 thoughts on “Words Can’t Bring Me Down

  1. Loved the article….very beautifully articulated…an integral part of self love….keep going dear👍👍💓

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