By the name of preparing for UPSC exam, I have changed my few good habits, sleeping routine, diet, lack of exercise and so on.
All these changes have rapidly and strongly started affecting my health.
Now I have realised, how much I have been hurting and slowly killing myself on the name of UPSC preparation.
Also, I am seeing quite a same practice with fellow aspirants. Which worries me as I am the worst example down the lane.
Many have become night owl, no proper routine, bad food habits, lack of health and the list continues.
Yes. We can score marks and even get into service by sacrificing all these.
But what about the rest?
In a world, where one can get diseases accidentally anytime. Some diseases being curable and some aren't.
And mental health being ignored by many,
I am trying to separate my life away from the UPSC exam.
Yes. I have huge respect towards the exam. And yes, I am still preparing and will prepare till the possible last day.
UPSC exam is not my life. It's just a part of my life.
I may or may not succeed.
But I don't want to hurt myself both physically and mentally that too consciously after knowing how much I am important, overall!
UPSC CSE is an exam. An important one. Not the life for me. A part of my life.
Will try working hard, hoping to clear it one day.
But not at the cost of my health, attitude, discipline and character.
Comment your views and opinions here.
I am not much of a social person however I felt, I need to share this becoz that would help many people I am sure.
I never believed that fairy tales can ever come true and never thought that I would ever find a life partner like that. After meeting @naveen_chandra_ias I couldn’t believe the reality as what I was experiencing, was exactly my fairy tale world. I am so proud to say that Naveen is my husband. A Man who accepted a village girl from lower middle class family, the way she is, not only took care of her but her family as well. My husband defines the true meaning of a life partner, a better half, he is not only a perfect bureaucrat but a much better husband. We both decided to do a court marriage which was also my dream and luckily both of our families were also very supportive. Since my childhood I have seen child Marriage and dowry system as major problems in the area where I lived and grew up. This made me loose faith in the customs being followed during marriages as in the name of customs a girl’s family was being tourtured and trust me you can understand the pain better when you witness such things.
However I have got such amazing in-laws who are helping me understand our traditions in a much better way.
I really wish people educate their daughters and dont consider them as burden, I was lucky in this matter, not many are.
I believe when one girl will be well educated that will make the entire generation educated and make a family with healthy values (broad mind, believer in equality, respect for women and elders)
P.S. this is my story, no intention to hurt anyone’s sentiments.
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