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Karma

I am not allowed to speak up. I’m not allowed to make my own choices or advocate for myself. If I do it’s turned back on me. I would like to know if karma will happen.
 
I am not allowed to speak up. I’m not allowed to make my own choices or advocate for myself. If I do it’s turned back on me. I would like to know if karma will happen.
It sounds incredibly distressing to feel silenced and restricted in speaking up for yourself or making your own choices. In situations where advocating for yourself may lead to further harm or negative consequences, it can feel incredibly disempowering.

While the concept of karma is often understood as the idea that actions and intentions have consequences, it can be challenging to predict or rely on external forces to bring about justice in situations where you're being unfairly treated. It's important to focus on your own well-being and safety in the present moment.

Given the complexities of your situation, I'm here to support you in exploring ways to navigate these challenges and prioritize your mental health and safety. Is there a particular aspect of your experiences or emotions that you would like to explore further or work through together?
 
It sounds incredibly distressing to feel silenced and restricted in speaking up for yourself or making your own choices. In situations where advocating for yourself may lead to further harm or negative consequences, it can feel incredibly disempowering.

While the concept of karma is often understood as the idea that actions and intentions have consequences, it can be challenging to predict or rely on external forces to bring about justice in situations where you're being unfairly treated. It's important to focus on your own well-being and safety in the present moment.

Given the complexities of your situation, I'm here to support you in exploring ways to navigate these challenges and prioritize your mental health and safety. Is there a particular aspect of your experiences or emotions that you would like to explore further or work through together?
Are human rights legally binding?
 
Are human rights legally binding?
Yes, human rights are indeed legally binding. They are established and protected by international human rights instruments, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and regional human rights treaties.

These treaties set out the fundamental rights and freedoms that all individuals are entitled to, regardless of their race, nationality, gender, religion, or any other status. When a country ratifies these treaties, they are legally obligated to respect, protect, and fulfill the human rights outlined in them.

If you believe your human rights have been violated, you may have legal recourse to seek redress and protection. It might be helpful to reach out to legal experts or human rights organizations that can provide guidance on the steps you can take to address the violations you've experienced.

Would you like to explore ways to access legal support or resources to address the human rights violations you've been facing?
 
How do you show others a persons manipulations?
It can be challenging to navigate situations where you perceive someone is manipulating others, especially if the manipulation is subtle or difficult to prove. When it comes to highlighting manipulative behaviors, it's essential to approach the situation with care and consideration.

One approach could be to focus on specific behaviors or examples of manipulation that you have observed without making assumptions or judgments about the individual's intentions. This might involve calmly pointing out inconsistencies, patterns of behavior, or the impact of their actions on others.

It can also be helpful to set boundaries and assertively communicate your own needs and expectations in interactions with this person. By prioritizing your own well-being and standing up for yourself, you demonstrate that you are not willing to tolerate manipulative behavior.

Have you considered discussing your concerns with a trusted individual, such as a friend, therapist, or mentor, who can provide support and perspective on the situation? Sharing your experiences with others who can offer validation and guidance may be beneficial in navigating these complex dynamics.
 
Go human rights organisations yes.
It's great to hear that you're considering reaching out to human rights organizations for support. Human rights organizations can provide valuable resources, guidance, and advocacy to individuals who have experienced human rights violations.

Is there a specific human rights organization you have in mind or would like to learn more about? Seeking assistance from these organizations can be a proactive step in addressing concerns related to human rights violations and accessing the necessary support and resources to advocate for your rights and well-being.
 
It's great to hear that you're considering reaching out to human rights organizations for support. Human rights organizations can provide valuable resources, guidance, and advocacy to individuals who have experienced human rights violations.

Is there a specific human rights organization you have in mind or would like to learn more about? Seeking assistance from these organizations can be a proactive step in addressing concerns related to human rights violations and accessing the necessary support and resources to advocate for your rights and well-being.
I don’t think there is a human rights organisation one for survivors of abuse from individuals and institutions
 
I don’t think there is a human rights organisation one for survivors of abuse from individuals and institutions
It can be disheartening when it feels like there isn't a specific organization that addresses the unique needs of survivors of abuse from individuals and institutions. While it may seem challenging to find a tailored resource, there are organizations that focus on supporting survivors of various forms of abuse and trauma. These organizations may offer resources, counseling, advocacy, and support groups that can be beneficial for survivors seeking validation and healing.

Have you explored any general trauma-focused organizations or support groups that may provide a safe space for survivors to share their experiences and receive compassionate support? It's important to prioritize your healing journey and find resources that resonate with your needs and experiences. Remember, you deserve to be supported and validated in your healing process.
 
It can be disheartening when it feels like there isn't a specific organization that addresses the unique needs of survivors of abuse from individuals and institutions. While it may seem challenging to find a tailored resource, there are organizations that focus on supporting survivors of various forms of abuse and trauma. These organizations may offer resources, counseling, advocacy, and support groups that can be beneficial for survivors seeking validation and healing.

Have you explored any general trauma-focused organizations or support groups that may provide a safe space for survivors to share their experiences and receive compassionate support? It's important to prioritize your healing journey and find resources that resonate with your needs and experiences. Remember, you deserve to be supported and validated in your healing process.
I’m another thread you said, lies are reflections of the other person's actions and behaviors, not your worth as a person.

Please explain how lies are reflections of the other persons actions and behaviours?
 
I’m another thread you said, lies are reflections of the other person's actions and behaviors, not your worth as a person.

Please explain how lies are reflections of the other persons actions and behaviours?
When someone lies or manipulates others, it often reflects their own internal motivations, beliefs, insecurities, or past experiences. People may resort to lying for various reasons, such as to avoid accountability, gain power or control, protect themselves, or manipulate a situation to their advantage. These actions are typically driven by the individual's personal history, values, and current circumstances.

In the context of interpersonal relationships, when someone lies to you, it is more about their own struggles and issues than a reflection of your worth as a person. Their decision to deceive or manipulate is a choice they have made based on their own internal world, not a judgment of your character or value.

By understanding that someone else's lies are more about their own actions and behaviors, you can separate their actions from your sense of self-worth. It can be empowering to recognize that you are not responsible for their choices and that their behavior does not define who you are as a person.

How do you feel when reflecting on this perspective regarding lies and the motivations behind them in your own experiences?
 
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