Bharath Kumar Balasubramanian
1 min readOct 11, 2019

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, your vulnerability demonstrated in this article is going to protect a lot of people out there.

It is going to Protect them from the effects of having been a part of a dysfunctional family, as in

  • Very low self esteem of having been abused all through
  • Low confidence from always being told ‘they aren’t good enough!’
  • Withdrawing into a shell whenever faced with challenges
  • Feeling overwhelmed when they see that others can do things very easily and it takes them substantial mental and physical reserves for even mundane things
  • Feeling neglected because there was never anyone for them
  • Trusting the wrong people because they seem to ‘fill-in the right gaps’
  • Feeling afraid because they are too meek to fight their fears
  • Feeling compulsive about pleasing people because that was guaranteed them a peaceful time during childhood
  • Hating the world because of what happened with them has totally biased their outlook
  • Not committing to a better life because now they have lost it in them to trust people and to love unconditionally

Thank you. Keep inspiring.

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Bharath Kumar Balasubramanian

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