Being judged-Not anymore


I am an observant writer and motivational blogger. My blog is the true reflection of my soul. It spreads happiness and shows ways to smile even when time tests you. Organising effectively and managing time makes me productive. Over the years, I have become calm. I am clear of my goal and this makes my journey smooth. Currently, the focus is to let it go and be a spectator.

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36 Responses

  1. mahekg says:

    I like this one for sure… we can be doing things what others feel. We need to do things what gives us happiness and what we feel. Thumbs up

  2. Rashi Mital says:

    absolutely true! I wish our society stops being judgmental. its just so unfair.

  3. Shilpa Gupte says:

    True, Geethica. Our society has a hundred things to say about the way we live and the way we bring up our kids and anything and everything we may do. I wonder why they don’t mind their own business and look at the way they live their lives!
    It’s in our best interests to just turn a deaf ear to all that people have to say and live life the way we feel is beneficial to us and our family. And, in doing so, find the peace and happiness we so deserve.

  4. a mother knows the best for her child and I believe it should be left to her …well written post and things which were basic in old times are now reason for people to raise eyebrows and comment

  5. Vidhi duggal says:

    I am amazed to see how similar our views are. I read all your posts and every time I feel that I am reading my own thoughts.

  6. Very well said!! The world will be a better place if we stop judging each other

  7. Nice post and agree with you that most of the time woman targets other woman and make useless and senseless judgements on motherhood or other’s working style etc. I also dnt like to go to kitties parties to make fun of me. I am happy with my parenting style and also never judged others.

  8. Hi5 on the kitty party point. Even I don’t like back biting. I went for a kitty party for 2 months and then dejected myself as I realised I cannot be a part of this. Judging comes so easy to a lady from another.

  9. Jiya B says:

    We moms are very easily targeted by others. they judge us by any ways and wahtever we do. I loved reading the post.

  10. Anchal says:

    Great points mentioned dear. I dont do half of these and am judged all the time.

  11. Vinitha says:

    Moms get judged for everything they do. I get irritated when people pitches in with their comments on how not good of a mommy I am. Sometimes I ignore, sometimes I give proper answer. You know, I’m staying in the US and we have no help of any sort, family or maid. My husband and I took care of both the pregnancies and the babies post delivery all by ourselves. So I face lot of judgement all the time because who can take care of their children without help? 😀

  12. We need to make our own choices and be free to do so.I am glad you shared your thoughts with us on #MondayMommyMoments

  13. alpanadeo says:

    Mommies are always judged no matter what we do..good or bad so better to do what we feel right for our child. In the end we are the one who have to handle them.

    Nice read!!

  14. Mummasaurus says:

    Loved reading this Geet! Some of the things you mentioned are actually things I am judged on as well – i get to socialize less because of no kitties, i get to answer weird questions and my parenting is questioned because of no maid (and no family) but may be thats how life is.

  15. I loved the last line – Questions have not stopped but the answerability has definitely stopped with time. I agree comlpetely that we are judged and we will be judged for whatever decision we take for our family or kids. Its up to us to take it to heart or just ignore it. Thanks for linking up with #MondayMommyMoments

  16. Neha says:

    Live and let live, is my mantra. Why be fazed with judgement of those who don’t matter to us. I too don’t do many of the things mentioned here.

  17. BellyBytes says:

    Hey Geethica I did all the things you mentioned except letting my kids sleep when they wanted. I was quite anal about their sleep and eating times. In fact I was a strict mom simply because I didn’t want to keep any help for them….and living in a joint family meant more stress about being able to keep the children on a strict regimen because you know how the grannies always say ‘ poor kid let him be!’

    • Geethica says:

      Yes truly agree with you. In joint setup there’s a lot of pampering. But a lot help too. Out course adjustments are the base to all issues

  18. Even I don’t do half these things – say we sailing in the same boat then 😉
    Lovely post Geethica, I have learned this lesson of life after toiling for 5 good married years that nothing in life is going to satisfy everyone. Hence rather than spending energy making everyone happy, keep core together and do what you truly believe in.
    We at times have to put our feet down and take strong decisions.

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