Women! Stop Hating Women! -Hacking Parenthood

Women! Stop Hating Women! -Hacking Parenthood

Women! Stop Hating Women! -Hacking ParenthoodWomen! Stop hating women! 

Have you ever thought in your head ‘oh I would rather have a man do that’? Why? What is that feeling making us not trust women but happily trust men? At the same time, not trusting men. Women are so confused.

I see women hate all over the place. We even have a name for it. Bitchiness. This is when women talk bad about other women. Look at her hair, what is she wearing, she’s so annoying, clean your house…

We all grew up in a society that struggled to treat women equally, in turn, women don’t know how to treat other women equally. Constantly judging, constantly aware of being judged.

The problem is that we as adult women have a responsibility to actively change the way we think about each other as well as our selves so that we can teach our children. We do not need another generation of women doubting their own abilities. It is up to you to stop thinking the way you are so used to.

When you think a bad thought about women. Just stop, the more you stop yourself, the easier it gets. Start looking for good things to say.

Once we become adults, it seems that women don’t get that they can help other women.

What it means to stop hating women:

Stop mentioning the fat that surrounds them to anyone.

So what if they are wearing some baggy old trousers. Think to yourself about how free they might be not having to conform to the ideals fashions.

If a woman is struggling with their kids, ask if she needs help or tell her that she will be ok and that it’s just a down day.

Talk about your women problems to other women. They get it more than you will ever know. Blood, pee, discharge. We all have first-hand experience. If you struggling, they might be struggling too.

Daughters, mothers, grandmothers, trans or not. We need to help and talk. Conversation is a magical thing once you open your heart to others.

Stop ‘thinking’ negative thoughts about women. We are so ingrained to do this. From such a young age.

Smile and say how are you doing. Sometime they can’t reply but they will know that you were kind and might be kind to the next woman.

Daughters, mothers, grandmothers, trans or not. We need to help and talk. Conversation is a magical thing once you open your heart to others.

You must remember that other woman might not be out of the spell of hating women. This is ok, still be kind no matter how hurt your ego is because you being kind is breaking down their barrier as well as your own.

Support, support, support. 

Teach our children to support woman no matter what. They are the future and they need our help. See my post about ugliness here.