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Self Esteem, Labor Issues and Gender

Essay By: Patricia McGurk Martin
Personal finance



The low hourly wage you earn each day may reinforce the feeling of being not good enough, or a “butt-hole” in the larger society. Nothing is more important than fighting low self-esteem.

I include a photograph taken of me as the famous torture victim and businessman - really a child, a girl - named "Martin Atl". All along, I was in child slavery and forced to compete as an adult in the business and military worlds for no money and no credit.

I believe there is a man named Martin Atl who is a successful businessman. Unfortunately, he must have been unable to help me leave child slavery. I don't know him, and want to protect his good name from slander.


Submitted:May 13, 2011    Reads: 56    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   


Self Esteem, Labor Issues

and Gender

For the Fatima My Love Writings

© 2011 Patricia McGurk Martin Hearst Himmler

The low hourly wage you earn each day may reinforce the feeling of being not good enough, or a "butt-hole" in the larger society. Nothing is more important than fighting low self-esteem.

The fight for equal wages for equal work is best supported by a firm foundation of high self esteem which enables you to continue the difficult, often arduous, work involved in achieving economic parity in the business world.

Women and girls often have low self esteem because of institutional gender oppression which sucks the life out of you every day from childhood on. It is easy to end up with not enough self esteem to fight the good fight, or the dirty hard fight, you probably will have to fight to achieve economic equality through your individual labor.

It is wise to hang on to all your spiritual resources, as well as find creative outlets in which you can heal your inner child and express your individual strengths to achieve high self esteem. You may find it easier to take control of the sharply unfair gender (or racial) incline of unfair hourly wages with necessary positive thought and confidence.

Good luck! I am certainly still fighting that nasty economic and gender-based fight myself for even a portion of my vast personal wealth, while I only receive a small check each month. I, too, work to have a positive approach each day when I go out the door. It is never easy for anyone.






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