Assalam u alaikum everyone! Islāmabād
Assalam u alaikum everyone!
Today instead of writing about some small perks of society I'm here to ask you to answer some of my questions.
Have you ever felt that even after having all the blessings of the world... you're still empty?
Is it really important to express yourself among people?
Why do people think that if someone tries to rebel with society they're mad?
Why do most people think that of all people they are the ones on the right path?
Does someone really need a bad past to be depressed?
Why are psychopaths considered mad or abnormal just because they have different views of the world?
What can a person really achieve by memorizing a book to get good grades?
I wanted to write about one of these things but I couldn't find the answers to any of these and lately I've been thinking about a lot of things so please share your answers with me.
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The recent Peshawar bomb blast:
Listening to the news few days before we were informed of a threat in Peshawar of a bomb blast and as warned a few days later the blast happened at a religious school or commonly known as ‘madrasah’ fell victim to the blast.
With many casualties, many parents lost the happiness of their lives who knows?
Now tell me just a few days before there was talk about Pakistan being in the grey list or such and I have noticed and I’m sure others have too that whenever this topic arises a blast after is sure to happen.
Some blame it on the army while others blame some mafia or government.
An old rumour was that only the children of civilians were killed in the tragic army public attack in 2014and those of army officers were barely injured, and also that it was a conspiracy of the army.
So many rumours mixed with the truth and filled with lies I believe that as citizens of Pakistan we have to raise our voice to know what is going on in our own country. The government, the intelligence can’t fool us forever... it’s time we actually know the reality and if it is not handed to us then fight for it.
I as a citizen of Pakistan refuse to live in a country where reality is kept from me and where I am being fooled just to keep alive the reputation of some punks standing as our leaders.
The holy prophet (PBUH) always favoured truth and he never cared about the reputation of the leaders of the tribe or rich families NO he always punished one who was caught doing wrong.
My point is that all that our dear prime minister has been babbling about ‘Riasat e madeena ‘ should also take in notice that in that golden age truth ruled over lies, the sahabah knew all that was going on on the inside and the prophet worked hard and really did feel the loss of his fellow musli s as a leader unlike him who sits freely and comfortably doing nothing but wasting money that he could be using to secure the country on lavish food he doesn’t even eat.
The country belongs to us civilians not to these fake two faced punks who never even thought of spending a penny for the betterment of our country.
WRITTEN BY: Anonymous
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Today in class, it was our english lesson when the teacher started asking questions.
She signaled a girl to stand up and answer the question.
When the girl answered the teacher said "Are you sure?"
At that moment even though her answer was correct she began biting her lip and evidently started doubting herself.
That there is lack of self confidence.
Now what is the difference in between Confidence and self confidence?
Confidence is the ability to speak out loud, to speak your mind to the world, whereas, self confidence is the positivity that one feels when he is speaking, self confidence is that voice inside of you that says "You are right, you can do this!" you don't have to be an extrovert to have that feeling, you just have to feel good and strong about yourself.
Gaining self confidence isn't easy I admit that, cause I know that everyone doubts themselves even though they know they are right.
Though some people do have it but majority of the people don't have it... they overthink and doubt themselves, weather its about their appearance, something they said or did anything.
Even the most confident of people do it, but the difference is that they have learned to ignore that negative voice inside that says "Oh really? Are you sure? What if you fail?"
But that voice is wrong!
We are all creations of Allah and we are perfect in our own way.
You know? most people are generally shy when they lack self confidence. Not that being shy is a bad thing, but what im trying to say is that even if you prefer to stay quiet and unnoticed you should feel good about your decisions, the things you do and when needed speak. Speak in such a way that it makes a dynamic impact.
Im saying bury those insecure voices inside of you because they are wrong.
Stop doubting yourself and knw that the decision you made was the one you saw right in your situation.
All of us are special if not in one way then the other if not there then the other, all of us are special so stop hurting yourself from the inside and man up.
No one ever became a great person by doubting themselves, they all believed in themselves even after failing so many times.
So bury all those voices inside you, it may be hard but it is a war we all have to fight in ourselves.
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Goals in life:
Joining the senior wing all of our relatives ask us one question too often,
"So what do you want to be?"
Honestly, there are a lot of people who know what they want or their interests are forced to one stream, while these guys have a clear goal there are those left off like me,
I really don't know what profession should i take, what stream should I choose and I know there are a lot more like me out there. While my family is extremely supporting, there could be those who are being criticized over not knowing what they want.
But then there are more categories, some of us have really no goal at all while others have a goal that does specify our professional life, like the second one my goal is to fight for rights of human beings that are not being provided, I want to be a light of hope for those who have lost it.
My family is often telling me,
"You need a powerful post so that people will listen to and value your words."
But really what are we to do?
I say follow your heart and work hard so that when the time comes we have a wide range of options to choose from and regret nothing.
Forget all the criticizers and relatives who tell you to set a straight goal,
Of course it is vital to think about it from time to time but if you still are unsure it doesn't have to be that way, find something that suits you and go with it!
WRITTEN BY: Anonymous
A message to the women of the nation:
The current happenings in Pakistan have really showed us us women where we stand according to men huh?
Why do men think if Allah almighty referred to us females as delicate they can assault us and rape us for money? Do they really think we can do nothing?
What I want to say the women all over the country is to become stronger and find a way to fight because the devil will not stop till the day of judgment, it is time we raise our voice and show these rapists, kidnappers and whatever that you made a huge mistake messing with us.
In the past many powerful women have made their name haven't they? It was because they left no room for weakness, it is time we become like them , strong and confident. It is time we show the world the true power us women hold within us,
Written by: Anonymous
PAKISTANI EDUCATION SYSTEMS TODAY:
As a school student myself no one could be more familiar to our education system than I am, and honestly speaking I am not satisfied by the system.
Yesterday afternoon, me and my mother were talking while my three year old siblings were happily playing till suddenly one of them said something extremely silly. That made me say that whatever the cost I will never let their imagination die.
Not a few seconds later my mother asked
"Are you not satisfied by your school?"
"No mama not at all"
"Why?" she asked me.
Why? Because schools today are so very narrow minded, everything is to be by the book all the answers to be learned word to word and there is no room for anything new.
So many times in class students are considered to have given the wrong answer just because they had changed it's wording. Today getting first place means you are smart and failing means you are dumb, but really what I think is that the children who fail really have more important things to do than sit down and memorize something you never really understood .And really this was the one reason I never got first place in really anything.
Today schools are killing the imagination, curiosity and common sense among students.
I'm sure a lot of us can relate to hearing students call for the examiner to explain that one question that had a bit of wording changed. Students today have become so used to being word to word that they have completely lost the ability to just sit and think something through.
In my opinion, a major reason to Pakistan's downfall is that now everyone is so used to getting the answers before hand that now most of us can't think "out of the box" that we were taught to stay in since preschool.
Another influence this has on students and even me, is the lack of confidence.
So many times so many students in class are being scolded and taunted for sharing their opinion. I believe all of us have heard these words too often
"Are you the teacher or am I?"
"No no no beta you can come here and teach the class yourself I'll be on my way huh?"
This is just an indirect signal to us that means
"Shut up your opinion neither wanted nor needed."
After all that the heads will still lecture us every single day of the week to build up some confidence and get on stage.
During this pandemic, staying away from our schools I have seen this positive change in myself and thus I am writing here.
There is so much more that is to be said but for this article all I request is a little independence for students to share their opinion, to not be judged by our competition prizes and to be given a chance in extra curricular activities even though our bad grades.
Written by: Anonymous.
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NARCISSISTIC PERSONALITY DISORDER
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) first described by psychoanalyst Robert Waelder in 1925, is a disorder characterized by a long term pattern of grandiosity that refers to an unrealistic sense of superiority. NPD is characterized by a long term pattern of a sustained view of one’s self as better than others. A person with NPD craves admiration and struggles with empathy. They have a sense of entitlement. Although the causes of NPD are not well studied, it is most likely to develop due to unstable identity meaning not being satisfied with yourself or often to cope with a sub-par real life.
In a country like Pakistan, there was little to no awareness about mental health issues, but that seems to be changing as time passes. People have started to acknowledge these issues and seek help. I thought I could do my part and help bring light to another disorder called Narcissistic personality disorder, which I have observed in some people I’ve met in my life. Lately narcissism has been on a rise, in real life and on social media. It’s the topic of our time and is absolutely destroying people. Scientifically it occurs in men more than women, especially in early adulthood. So it is common for adolescents to show symptoms of this disorder. Nothing has more influence on a child’s development than his or her family and environment. Being rejected as a child, excessive praise including the belief that the child may have extraordinary abilities, a fragile ego during early childhood, are some of the stimuli for this disorder. Usually a person with narcissistic disorder may show signs of depression, or dysthymia which means mild depression symptoms, but the constant need of admiration would be prominent which differs it from a major depressive disorder. It is most similar to antisocial personality disorder, but with a lack of empathy. The person displays arrogance and a distorted sense of personal superiority; he wants to establish power and control over others regardless of his actual status or achievements. You cannot reason with a person who has NPD. The person cannot tolerate criticism. It is good to be proud of your accomplishments, but there is a certain limit to that too. What made me more interested in doing research about this particular disorder was a person I was familiar with online and in person, the narcissistic blogger as I would call her, focused her content for the upper class people and the expensive places she went to. I knew her through a common friend of ours. She would present herself as some highly educated person who is familiar with many famous and important people, when in reality she could have just met them once in her lifetime, she would lie about being friends with a famous personality, brag about her accomplishments which she thought to be more important than they actually were, and exaggerate her experiences. She could not take criticism at all and was incapable of showing gratitude to other people; these are all basic traits of a narcissistic disorder. Talking to her would drain the life out of me and I would become insecure, so I thought it to be best if I just distanced myself from that kind of person. Some psychotherapists stated that spending time with a person who has NPD is like second hand smoking, the person around the narcissist would be equally if not more, getting affected mentally. But it is a mental disorder; they are not in control of their actions.
Narcissists are manipulative. They think of themselves as above and better than everybody else. You will never hear a narcissist apologize for his/her actions. Another characteristic of a narcissist person is that they always play the victim in any situation. When things aren’t going their way they are quick to blame the world and feel like a victim themselves. They use that victim persona to justify their toxic personality. My personal opinion is that narcissists are basically pathological liars, they consciously withhold truths to maintain upper-hand in situations; they lie as easily and frequently as they breathe. But the pitiful part about this is that they are deeply insecure on the inside, and are actually suffering themselves. Their own inner turmoil is what also leads them to any type of substance abuse, starting from cigarette addiction.
There are two sub types of NPD, grandiose also known as overt narcissism and vulnerable narcissistic personality disorder. People with grandiose narcissism show a heightened mood and more energy when presented by a new idea, whereas vulnerable personality disorder also known as covert narcissism will show signs of slight anhedonia but despite the affective symptoms the need for having power over others and craving admiration would remain. People with covert Narcissism usually bring out the victim role play. Genetics play a role in the diagnosis of NPD in a person. Research states that a person has moderate to high likelihood of the heritability of NPD if said disorder occurs in the medical history of his family. Similarly Environment and other social factors also exert significant influence in the development of NPD in an individual. For example lack of emotional attachment to a parental figure can be a factor, because the child thinks of themselves as unimportant and unconnected to other people. Typically making them believe that they have a defect in their personality that makes them unwanted, which further leads to NPD.
When a person has NPD it is very likely that he/she might have other disorders as well, most likely depression or bipolar disorder, which makes it harder to notice symptoms. If you encounter a narcissist it is better for you to distance yourself from that person. But if it’s someone close to you that you love and cannot leave, seek help for them, suggest therapy and try helping them cope with situations in a healthier manner. Recovery from this disorder is basically dependent on the patients themselves. It is very hard to treat people diagnosed with Narcissistic personality disorder, because they do not consider their own issues as symptoms, when a problem is not acknowledged it cannot be treated. Another difficulty is that the treatments for narcissistic personality disorder have not been studied well. Psychotherapy has proved to be helpful but it is hard to get a person with NPD to get therapy despite their mental distress. These patients are labeled as difficult and their medical needs remain untreated. It is necessary to educate both patients and their providers for the welfare of society.
COVID-19: Education ministers decide to close schools, colleges and universities from Nov 26 till Jan 10
ISLAMABAD: All the educational institutes will remain closed in the country from November 26 till January 10 due to rising number of coronavirus cases, Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood said on Monday.
The federal education minister was addressing the press conference at the National Operations and Command Center (NCOC) along with SAPM on Health Dr Faisal Sultan to brief about the decisions taken in the education minister’s meeting.
What are the decisions
Nov 26 — All students to start studying from home
Dec 24 — Last day of online classes
Dec 25 to Jan 10, 2021 — Winter holidays
Jan 11 — Schools to resume activities after reevaluation of the situation in the first week of January
“We analysed the coronavirus situation in all provinces and concluded that keeping stern action has to be taken to stem the spread of virus,” Dr Faisal Sultan said.
The SAPM added that the situation is deteriorating in the country day-by-day and the positivity ratio has reached 7.4%.
"All ministers have mutually decided that to keep all educational institutions, including schools, colleges, universities, and tuition centres closed. However, online classes will continue from November 26 to December 24 after which winter break will start. Schools will reopen on January 11, 2021," Shafqat Mahmood said.
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