Trishala Dutt says, she has been judged since the day she was born as ‘it comes with the family name’

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Published by Swathy S on 21 Jun 2021

Trishala Dutt, daughter of actor Sanjay Dutt, is practising psychotherapist in the United states and has recently told about tackling judgmental people.

Trishala Dutt, on her Instagram handle, had an Ask Me Anything session and was asked about how she deals with the judgmental people. She commented that she was judged since the day she was born and her father also had his share of disagreements surrounding  drugs, alcohol and a terror case.

When one of the Instagram user asked her about how she manages with ‘so many people’ judging her, Trishala replied that “I’ve had people judging me since the day I took my first breath lol it comes with the family name, unfortunately”.

Trishala Dutt said that “When dealing with highly judgemental people, don’t take it personally. When people are feeling down, unhappy, lost, and disconnected from themselves and the world around them, they begin to project their own darkness onto the people they interact with. They start judging the world around them”.

She also added that “Haven’t you noticed? It’s when we are unhappy with ourselves and our lives that we begin to judge, blame, and criticize those around us. Nobody does this when they are happy. Treat everyone with respect, love, and compassion, including those (who) judge and criticize you harshly, not necessarily because they deserve it, but because you do. Appreciate the contrast. Silently thank them for the many lessons they are now teaching you and allow them to make you better, not bitter”.

Trishala Dutt often speaks about mental health issues and relationships on her Instagram handle. She frequently conducts AMA sessions where she talks on many issues and also shares some of her personal life experiences. Earlier this year, Trishala shared about her toxic relationship and how she remained in the relationship hoping that things would improve.

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