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Before heading into reading, I wanted to tell you guys that this post was inspired by one post of @active_minds_ (Second picture). I think it very interesting to discuss about, so I'll take this as an example and share my opinions about it, now let's head into the topic! 😉
Moral problems are like the glitch in human world, every solution for it has its own flaws, and that's why we've been debated on this kind of question for years. Today I wanted to share my opinion toward an example of moral problem, and you can also share your opinion below. "Should a woman be allowed to have a child if it was known that the child would almost certainly develop a serious genetic disorder?" If this happen in reality, I think it's the parents' freedom to choose if they should have a child or not, but if I was the parent, I'll choose to not have a child.
The reason is simple, if I have to choose, I would try my best to make a best decision for the child. Will the child be happy if she/he was born? Can I offer the child a life with joy? And my conclusion is no, even I'll try my best to give the child a happy life if he/she was born, it's still uncertain if the child will be happy.
The future of the child will also be a problem, due to genetic disorder, it's most likely that his/her working ability will be influenced, which means will bring him/her problems in making a living.
Even though I tend to answer "no" to the question, but there's still many flaws in my opinion. For example, We can never predict what would the child think about himself, how can we know he will be unhappy to his life? And it's also not the parents' fault that they have the genes that would bring their child genetic disorder, so why don't they have the right to give birth to their child?
Moral problems have been annoying human for years, and we still couldn't find a right way to solve it. Maybe it was because the moral system created by us isn't complete, maybe it was because the moral system limit ourselves too much, what do you think?
Credit @active_minds_ for the picture and the question 😇
🌈 LA SALUD MENTAL-EMOCIONAL ES DE SUMA IMPORTANCIA, POR ELLO HAY QUE TENER PRESENTE SI PADECEMOS DE ALGUNA PSICOPATÍA. INVESTIGAR, ANALIZARNOS PRIMERO Y DESPUÉS PEDIR AYUDA CON UN PROFESIONAL. SER CAUTELOSOS Y PERSPICAZ, YA QUE EXISTEN TRASTORNOS QUE TIENEN TANTO TIEMPO ACOMPAÑÁNDONOS, QUE NOS TERMINAMOS ACOSTUMBRANDO.
“It’s just another day Pri, it happens all the time; it will pass just like the other
days. Just like all the other times it came like a wind and passed like a storm.
Breathe. BREATHE.” I keep telling this over and over to myself. It has become a common occurrence,
so much so that it’s a part of me. I get anxious and thinking about anxiety gives
me, well guess what, anxiety. I know what you all must be thinking – “anxiety
disorders are a modern, first world problems of people inhabiting concrete
jungles.” Fitting this description like a glove, I beg to disagree.
Being fully aware that I can lead a healthy and happy life, the latter being a “little”
debatable, I have come to the conclusion that I have imbibed anxiety to an extent
that I don’t want to let go. Let me try to put this in perspective.
I am afraid all the time. Not Conjuring or Babadook afraid. But frightened. Scared
of making calls. Terrified of going out and meeting people. Fearful of having
conversations. Petrified of what will happen the next day. Nervous of what might
happen during the day. Reluctant to even think about what I’d do if I got a chance
to be happy. Unwilling to give contentment a chance. Disinclined to make better
the relations I’ve messed up. Loath the person I’ve become. Slowly sinking myself
into the pit that I have created for myself. Where my thoughts are the quicksand,
pulling me closer the more I try to get out.
Down Syndrome, also known as Trisomy 21, is a chromosomal disorder where the person has an extra copy of chromosome 21.
This karyotype shows a female with trisomy 21 (47, XX,+21)
Image from @medical.doctors
She’s just trying to make up for all the hunger and starvation in the past... most people on diets (including me) would always feel extremely guilty after falling to the path of eating a piece of cake or have a full day of eating what you want. However, I just wanted to say that there’s nothing to feel bad about! It’s natural, I have never met one person who ate “clean” for their whole life or maintained it. So, don’t beat yourself up when you eat something you “regret” nor go to the gym and try to burn as much calories as you can, because that’s not what our body wants to do! I would just accept it and move on, just take a good night sleep saying “hey, I just did that, screw you ed, I feel great!” and continue your usual diet eating the next day. One tip! Never try to starve yourself or eat less calories the day after, just move on and enjoy it!☺️🌹———————————————————— #body#bodypositive#hunger#guiltfree#guilt#binge#eating#happiness#balanced#ed#disorder#habits
Je cherche à disperser ce torrent émotionnel
dans l’espace, qui m’est accessible
A la portée du vide, de mon ego avide
Dégâts des maux
Poudres et liquides
Mon propre réchauffement climatique ?
Le bruit irritant, du bouillonnement ardent des huiles essentielles que je diffuse, s’évapore, en un nombre croissant et plaisant d’éclats
expirer en boucle
Tiède carnage en continuité
Là, où, je me trouve
Coincée, Abandonnée Moi, mes blocages
Mon côté sage et malade
Sauvage et égotiste