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Nov 25, 2021
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For girls who cry in the bathroom

For girls who cry in the bathroom

For girls who cry in the bathroom

You have the right to be vulnerable even if others are looking at you. You have the right to show your emotions, to admit that something is wrong with you, instead of hiding your real feelings behind a mask.

You don’t have to be brave all the time. You don’t have to lie about how good you are. You don’t have to act like you can’t be broken, like nothing can hurt your feelings.

You are only human. You have the right to break loose. You have the right to be upset. You have the right to cry, even over trifles, even because others may not understand.

You don’t have to run to the bathroom to cry every time. You don’t have to radiate only happiness. You don’t have to pretend to be a robot because you’re worried that someone will say that you are overreacting, having a drama, or acting like a child.

Your emotions are important. Your reaction is important. Nobody has to tell you how you should feel. If they don’t respect your feelings, if he acts as if you are stressing them with your problems, it says more about them than about you. This says they are toxic. This says they are not worth your energy.

You deserve to have bad days. You have the right to complain. You have the right to feel confusion in your emotions.

Everyone has days when you feel like things are not going well, when it seems like you can no longer. Everyone got lost in the middle of the work week. You just don’t realize it, because they are also hiding in the bathroom. They, too, pretend they are okay.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. You don’t have to pretend to be heartless to be like everyone else. You don’t have to hide behind sarcasm to sound cool. You shouldn’t act as if nothing can hurt you, as if you are immune to emotions.

You have the right to be angry, upset, irritated. You have the right to lash out at someone when the person upsets you, and not cry as soon as he leaves. You have the right to say what you think.

You have the right to be vulnerable, to admit when something bothers you, even if it seems that everyone else does not care about it.

You should never be ashamed of your tears in the bathroom, but you should remember that you don’t have to cry only there. You can cry openly. Or in someone’s vest.

The right people won’t be intimidated when you show your real emotions. They will be pleased that you trust them enough to be real with them. They will be honored to help you as best they can.

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