Gal Rubin spoke in interviews more than once about the process of dating her question at the age of 29, a process that was not simple and was often accompanied by hostile attitude from the environment and quite a few difficulties that she had to deal with and continue to accompany her today.
On Wednesday, she chose to share with her 119,2018 Instagram followers a revealing and painful story about the exit process in a question she archived and written in <>, describing with great pain the difficulties she experienced but also the courage and confidence she managed to find in herself.
"That's how I chose to 'come out,' " Robin wrote at the time. " I shattered the entire image of dreams that I chose to be seen in, and from there I closed a chapter and chose a new one," she said of the decision to divorce and ask a young mother of six children under the age of 30.
"Some gossiping. Some accusations. Fingers pointed. How predatory people can be when you're different from them. Let go and be what you are," she wrote. "Anyone who doesn't like banging their head against the wall. The wall doesn't hurt. I don't see anyone from a meter. I don't think anyone has the right to stand up and judge anyone, and I won't give anyone a platform to criticize me for my actions. I'm a big girl with a big old age resume and I've been through a thing or two in my life, but it's going through some kind of climax. None of you have lived or experienced my life, gone through or come close to understanding an essence of what is happening with me. So I'm no longer Gal, this religious woman who represents this sector on every possible platform, but I'm still the same wave. I'm still a mother of six, still one who has ears and feelings, and you're committing character assassination because I chose one day to get up and be happy?! To put an end to the lies I used to live and feed myself that everything is good because I chose not to wave names that hurt me and harm those people? I moved on from there and hurting them won't bring me happiness. I will bring myself happiness so I chose myself," she stressed.
"I chose one morning to stop giving food to people who would approve of me, to stop pleasing the world and start pleasing myself. To love myself sincerely, to live my truth, to choose my happiness even if it costs me gossip and insults. Even if it's the difficulty of dealing daily with situations you can't imagine, people put their feet on you and try to straighten you out because in their eyes you're off track. Who determined the right route? Is there only one way to live? At this stage of my life, I've come to understand how much the people in front of you aren't what you see in front. How easy it is to destroy mountains with your tongue, hurt and agitate and dismantle worlds. Consider words. Try to put yourself in other people's shoes and if you don't have the abilities, just let go and don't put your hand in the fate of others. Think a step ahead. End of act with forethought. I will not be underestimated anymore. I won't be humiliated. I will be appreciated," she wrote emphatically.
"I deserve to have the smile on my face all day long. I deserve to be me. I deserve to be happy, and whoever dared to doubt my motherhood should try to imagine himself with six children, the first of whom he had at 19 and then 20 and then 21 and then 24 twins and then 27 and see if he still understands what he is talking about and then try to imagine how he does it alone," she clarified her stance on anyone who criticized her decision to divorce as a young mother of six young children.
"You're crossing the border. Before you come to test any person, let's check yourself. I wish every woman not only to use big words, poetic phrases, moving metaphors, but to stand up and be what she wants to be. Get up and hug herself. Do for herself. I wish you to have courage, develop a backbone, set goals, make decisions and be there for yourself."
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