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Fierce, bold, and utterly talented, Neena Gupta is known for her unconventional roles in the world of entertainment. She’s is known for another thing – her mettle to say things as they are. The 62-year-old actress, who has starred in classic Indian television shows like Saans and Buniyaad, is known to shatter glass ceilings. Be it her unwavering stand on social stigmas and taboos or her ground-breaking choice of roles, Neena Gupta is a fountain of motivation.
As we enjoy the holiday season and progress towards the New year, the actress shares her own mindful New Year resolution, especially for the ladies! She shared an Instagram video, and spoke from her heart about the lack of appreciation women deal with. She explained how women wait for little words of appreciation, admiration and gratitude that may never actually come their way.
She said, “The problem we women face is that nobody appreciates us often. If we cook awesome food, work fine, act well, nobody says those words of gratitude and thankfulness that we expect from them. I never hear words like, ‘’Very good, Neena ji! You did good!’”
Rolling out tips on how to deal with this empty feeling of lack of appreciation, Neena says, “I have made this New Year resolution for the upcoming year. In such a case, it is better to raise your hand and pat your own back and say ‘Well done’ to yourself. This way you will appreciate yourself, enjoy it and not wait for anybody to shower you with appreciation”
Check out the video for yourself!
Neena Gupta’s post felt like a fresh breeze of self love. We’re open to her message and so should you! Her motivational words hit the right chord because what she said is practical and motivates you to indulge in self-love.
In case you’re new to the self-love journey, here are some tips that can help you get in charge of your emotions
- Practice good self-care and take some extra time out for yourself and your emotions. The more you know yourself and practice radical self-acceptance—including the dark emotions that show up, the more love you will have for yourself.
- Be socially active with supportive friends and family members.
- Stop blaming yourself for the relationship not working out. Stop living in guilt.
- Learn to forgive yourself. Be kind to yourself and respect yourself. Learn to let go and free yourself from your past.
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Times are tough! Which is why you must be kind to yourself and indulge in more TLC for your soul and body. Do not forget to show yourself some love and appreciation like Neena Gupta promises herself in 2022. Because girl, you deserve every ounce of it!
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