Lust, Love, and Loyalty

The meaning of all these three (lust, love, and loyalty) depends on locality, culture, and personal beliefs. Society and geography also influence the definition of the above trio. A person seeking attention while going through PTSD should not be judged. Seeking for love and affection won’t lead to lust and disloyalty. Sometimes a person needs a tender, loving, caring feelings to get up again from the traumatic injury. Empathy works better compare to sympathy.

Two women work together who have faced personal trauma at the same time. They are at the same age. One is a western woman while other natively belongs to the East. The Eastern woman has got abandoned and she suffers from PTSD. Away from her loved one, she goes for counseling but there are sometimes when she goes down emotionally. She looks for help. She believes her belief and faith. She has decided to wait for her soul husband. She has a different meaning of love, feelings, and affection because she is raised in a different culture and society.

The western woman still in the same situation where it was started. The western woman has not shown any symptoms of emotional distress. She is happy. This woman was not abandoned but got separated from her soulmate. This woman is already moved with a new partner. Nobody has questioned her loyalty. The both lives in open-minded world but both are different due to culture/race. At the workplace, both of them is treated the same. Nobody questioned any of them. The woman of east is treated with sympathy and everyone tried to help her but she refused because she looks for the help where she belongs. So everyone has respected it and allowed her personal space. The people in this side of world are diverse in the culture and religions and all of them are trained at work place how to respect the diversity.  The training at work to deal with a diverse culture also help at the personal level. 

Everyone has his or her individual way to heal and grieve. Everyone should be treated individually not with social stigma. Everyone has their own thought process. There is a difference between reality and perception. Someone’s perception could be the reality of other person or vice versa. Everyone has their own grieving process. Some could come out of the same situation in a couple of days but some may stuck there forever. So, it is vital to know the reality before we judge someone’s loyalty. Sometimes, the misjudgment and harsh words could push the person more into trouble.

So be human. Be kind. Don’t harm. Do Good. Don’t judge.

Peace

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