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Why I Deprioritized Myself and What I Now Know About Boundaries

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“If you do not have needs, you once did.” ~ Marshall Rosenberg When I was born, my mother did not want me. In the northern part of India, there is still a very strong preference for having a male child.

A female child is often seen as a burden because of the social and economic traditions of patriarchy. Because of this initial rejection, I became highly sensitive to my parents’ inner worlds.

In my deep longing to be loved and accepted, I mastered the subtle art of sensing their needs and feelings, becoming a natural caretaker.

I would come back from school and notice my mother’s overwhelmed face. Her days were always busy and full with myriad responsibilities.

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