“Tρύπες στις κάλτσες” μας – “Holes in our socks”

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Η γυναίκα που κυκλοφορεί με ένα μαντήλι στο κεφάλι μόνιμα, μπορεί να κάνει χημειοθεραπεία.

A woman who has a scarf on her head permanently can do chemotherapy.

Η κοπέλα που δεν αποχωρίζεται το μακρύ παρεό της στην παραλία, και κάθεται απομονωμένη, μπορεί να μην νιώθει άνετα με το σώμα της.

The girl who does not take her long pareo on the beach, sitting secluded, may not feel comfortable with her body.

Ο φίλος που ξαφνικά έκοψε το να “βγαίνει” μαζί μας για φαγητό η για ποτό, μπορεί να μην έχει πλέον τα χρήματα που είχε και να περνάει πραγματικά δύσκολα.

A friend who suddenly cut off to “go out” with us for food or drink may not have the money he has and he really has difficulty going through.

Η φίλη που είναι συχνά “άκεφη” και “αντικοινωνική”, μπορεί να κρύβει ένα βαθύτερο ψυχολογικό πρόβλημα, και να χρειάζεται βοήθεια.

A friend who is often “cheerless” and “antisocial” can hide a deeper psychological problem, and need help.

Κάποιοι φίλοι που είναι έντονα “ενεργοί” στα κοινωνικά δίκτυα, ίσως δεν είναι απαραίτητα “εθισμένοι” όπως είθισται να πιστεύουμε. Ίσως είναι μόνοι, ίσως έχουν κάποια ασθένεια, ίσως πενθούν κάποια απώλεια και θέλουν να “ξεχαστούν”. Ίσως πάλι τους αρέσει να διαχειρίζονται ετσι τον χρόνο τους.

 

Some friends who are strongly “active” on social networks may not necessarily be “addicted” as we usually believe. Perhaps they are alone, they may have some illness, maybe they lose some loss and want to be “forgotten”. Perhaps they like to manage their time again.

Η κοπέλα που ντύνεται “χάλια” προκαλώντας μας άφθονο γέλιο, ίσως και να μην την ενδιαφέρει καθόλου η μόδα.

The girl dressed “sucks” causing us plenty of laughter, perhaps not interested in fashion at all.

Οι άνθρωποι έχουμε όλοι “τρύπες στις κάλτσες” μας. Φοβίες. Ανασφάλειες. Τραύματα που δεν φαίνονται. Μικρά η μεγάλα.
Μια ιστορία πίσω από κάθε συμπεριφορά μας.

People all have “holes in our socks”. Fears. Insecurities.

Wounds that do not look. Small or large. A story behind each of our behaviors.

Και κάποια στιγμή πρέπει να σταματήσουμε να “κρίνουμε” τους άλλους με τόση ευκολία.

(Μοιράσου με τους ανθρώπους γύρω την δική σου ιστορία. Ζήτα βοήθεια σε ότι σε απασχολεί. Υπάρχουν πάντα λύσεις.

Υπάρχουν πάντα αληθινοί φίλοι και φίλες εκεί έξω αλλά και ειδικοί που μπορεί να βοηθήσουν.)

And at some point we have to stop judging others with such ease.

(Share with people around your own story, ask for help in dealing with you.) There are always solutions. There are always true friends and friends out there but also specialists who can help.)

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3 comments on ““Tρύπες στις κάλτσες” μας – “Holes in our socks”

  1. People are afraid to start healing by psychotherapy treatment, but I think that such they need other people the most, they need to talk about their problems. I met a few bloggers who treat their blog as a therapy, and you know, they probably have right, becouse here we are talking about everything.

    As always wishes: have a good day :-))))

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    • Have you ever had these thoughts about therapy?

      Therapy doesn’t work.
      Therapy is not for me–it’s for people with serious mental health issues.
      Talking to someone about my problems won’t help me.
      I can fix the problem myself.
      Once I start going to therapy, I’ll have to go forever.

      Many people have had these same thoughts, but they’re not true!

      And worse, these misconceptions prevent people from enjoying the positive, life-changing benefits that therapy brings.

      I believe blogging helps us but we need to face the life in real time.. with real people… in real places….

      KISSES send you my LOVE!!!!!

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      • Well, maybe it is partly right, or maybe it depend on every single person with mental illness.
        But for sure, all change are made inside us, we have to fight, we have to be stronger and stroneg. That is pure right.
        Kisses ♥

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