The Power of Independence
Freedom can be divided into two main aspects: technical and moral. Technical freedom refers to the ability to provide for oneself and be financially independent. Meanwhile, moral freedom is the ability to make decisions and take responsibility for them, free from external pressures and expectations.
On the technical side, financial independence is key to any form of freedom. It is important to learn financial self-sufficiency from a young age, as relying on a partner to provide for you can be a losing strategy, leading to anxiety and uncertainty, especially in the case of divorce. Living independently from one's parents is also essential to personal growth and development.
Taking care of yourself and managing household tasks, such as cooking, cleaning, and entertainment, is also important to technical freedom.
On the moral side, being free from the influence of others' opinions and reactions, including those of parents, is essential. This includes the freedom to make decisions and take responsibility for them, without fear of judgment or rejection. The willingness to be alone is also important to moral freedom, as many people fear being alone without support.
Effective communication and the ability to form new relationships are also important aspects of moral freedom. Finally, the freedom from the desire to please everyone and make a good impression can lead to greater personal fulfillment.
Overall, understanding both technical and moral freedom can help you to overcome anxiety and achieve a sense of personal fulfillment. So, take control of your life, be financially independent, make your own decisions, and embrace the freedom to be yourself!