‘The Male Feminist’: Sarika Says Motherhood Doesn’t Complete A Woman, Highlights Importance Of Self-Love And Self-Worth

The answers were deep!
‘The Male Feminist’: Sarika Says Motherhood Doesn’t Complete A Woman, Highlights Importance Of Self-Love And Self-Worth

I have always believed in the idea of self-love and self-worth. The fact that one needs to love themselves first and also feel complete even alone, is an idea that I strongly abide by. The years of experience, difficult situations, and accomplishments mold you into the person, and that’s who the complete YOU is. During this journey, when you meet people, for example, who become your boyfriend or husband, they definitely complement you but do not complete you! A very insightful conversation on this whole idea was shared by veteran actress, Sarika in episode 6 of Hauterrfly’s The Male Feminist. 

 

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When The Male Feminist host, Siddhaarth Aalambayan asked Sarika whether she believes that love exists or not and also if a woman needs a man to complete him, Sarika gave a very deep and mature answer. And of course, this comes from all her life experiences till now. She said that man complements a woman, and love complements a human being. However, she added that it does not mean that a person is incomplete without love. Sarika also does not believe in the idea that motherhood completes a woman. She very clearly states that only when you become a mother you will feel its importance in life, but it is not a benchmark for a woman to feel complete.

 

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Sarika points out that this issue still persists widely in our society where a woman is made to feel that she is not a complete woman unless she becomes a mother. And to answer this regressive idea, the actress says that one needs to feel complete in themselves. She further says, that regardless of gender, one should rather see if they have professionally and personally achieved at least a part of what they dreamt of. And according to Sarika, this is what shapes all of us as human beings and individuals.

Also Read: ‘The Male Feminist’: Sarika Says Women Should Also Be Told To Stop Asking Certain Things To Men

Well, I could not agree more with her. We should set our own rules to feel complete and happy. Everything comes as a part of life, and adds to our personality but wholly does not stand to define us.

‘The Male Feminist’: Sarika Says Women Should Also Be Told To Stop Asking Certain Things To Men

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