Awareness is the greatest agent for change, but that is crippled without acceptance. Acceptance is underrated when compared to awareness. Many a times the thing is right in front of us, we are aware of the risk involved the danger right across gnawing at us but we choose to overlook, we fail to muster the courage required to accept the way things are.
At times we are in a dysfunctional relationship where we are aware that the relationship that we are dragging along had died a tragic death of ego and expectations long ago but we keep it going, we continue to make efforts to revive it, the pseudo affectionate love gestures, the half felt love texts and shallow attempts to make it look promising but that begins to corrode us from within, we begin to doubt, to suspect, to talk with filters, to begin to look for channels to seek information because communications get artificial. That is when one must accept that there is nothing left in this vegetative relationship, it is time to part ways and move in your respective directions.
Psychologists and psychiatrist believe that most of the time a mental illness turns severe just because the patient fails to accept that something is wrong. That some medical intervention is needed though one is aware of all the physiological and endocrinal changes the person is undergoing but he keeps ignoring because the acceptance doesn’t come that something could go wrong at mental level.
I believe we are aiming at developing an education system which is less restricting and allows kids the required freedom to achieve their goals but we are missing on the most fundamental and pivotal need of the time, that is to make people realize how to accept their realities, their circumstances, their weaknesses.