Potential Effects Of Discrimination On Family and Friends

Last updated on February 11, 2024 by Michelle Devani

Discrimination is a bad thing when someone always distinguishes things from other things. Discrimination is very often encountered in our environment. This can happen anywhere, for example in the family, friends, and even people who don't treat each other. Behavior and nature of discourse is something that must be eliminated as much as possible in our environment, in order to create a peaceful and peaceful environment for each individual. Discrete treatment of a person will clearly have a negative side, someone will lose confidence, stress, or physical or mental health disorders. However, actually discrimination from people directed at us has a positive impact if we can see things from a different side. Positive things are clearly going to have a good effect on our lives in the future to get a better future than others.

1.  Learn to control our own thoughts

When someone else discriminates us, the first thing that comes to our mind is that we are human beings who have no talent, are incompetent in doing something, and are different from others who have more ability than us. It clearly makes us very bad and our own minds will come to blame and discriminate our own selves. Bad thoughts that we build by our own thoughts that actually destroy our own selves to develop and become a better person. Actually discrimination done by others aimed at us can be a race and passion for ourselves, provided we can control our thoughts. Building thoughts that are always positive is very difficult, there are just evil whispers that support others to blame ourselves who actually have struggled with all their might in doing something. from the nature of discrimination, we actually can train it. The discourse that someone tells us, we can digest it first, or we absorb it first to evaluate ourselves. do not rush to blame ourselves for what we have done.

2. Self-encouragement

When other people discriminate us, change our thoughts from the negative side to the positive side. we can suggest that discrimination is carried out and directed at us in order so we can improve ourselves and that it can become a reference for ourselves to be more advanced in the future. when others discriminate us, don't follow them in blaming our own selves. think of it as self-motivation and self-reflection so that we can become better like people compared to us.

3. Multiply grateful

Sometimes we as humans often forget what we have, what we have achieved, and most importantly we often forget our god. We always see others who have what we don't have. We are always looking for ways to get what we want. And that triggers us to discriminate our own selves with others. When in fact we as humans always have strengths and weaknesses, God created us with each other's uniqueness. When other people or ourselves discriminate us, we must always remember, that we must be grateful for what we have done, and we have achieved. We must congratulate ourselves for being strong and continuing to endure many obstacles and many trials. When we try to be grateful, then whatever we face will feel lighter. Read : Toxic signs a family member doesn't like you.

4. Appreciate yourself

"For the next 5 years, what do you want to give to you about all that you have gotten?" Many other people who say that are actually to motivate themselves. This is also a lot of other people ask both parents, friends, and yourself to us. Without us knowing this is a form of discrimination. We are too focused and compare what we don't have with other people who are more perfect. We forget to appreciate ourselves, that all the things we strive for even though the results fail are worthy of appreciation. We must appreciate the smallest thing we do and we must change our minds about what we can become about what we have fought for and the great thing is we still want to survive and continue to try to do it without feeling tired and giving up. We cannot discriminate our own selves with others. We just need to keep going, fighting, and doing everything as well as possible and as much as possible so that the results we want are achieved.

We should not distinguish or discriminate other people in various ways. Living humans naturally need not be discriminated against because we are human beings who need each other, not happy to differentiate, moreover, discriminating against humans must live in justice to create a peaceful atmosphere of life.

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