Reflection of A Woman

What’s With Pía of Movie Exes Baggage? (Girl, Don’t Give Your Pearls Away)

Pia is the lead character in the movie “Exes Baggage”. Although successful in career, her romantic relationships are not despite her seemingly unending sacrifices.

There is something wrong with Pía. She needs a saviour who can save her from her own destructive thoughts about herself.

Pia has to be told of who she really is.

Pia has in her mind that she is used to her lovers leaving her and for her that seems OK. Pia has in her mind that she is workaholic as if that is a curse. Pia has in her mind that she is a drunkard. (While as I remembered, only in two scenes that I have seen her drunk.)

Pia does not recognise that she is a good person as to how the movie presented of how she relates to her workmates and family. She ignores the fact that she is a hardworking and just person who honors family and commitment as there were few incidences in the movie that shows that she is. She does not put in her mind that is loving, caring and trustworthy.

All these great facts about herself, she does not stick to her mind. But she seemingly would rather put in her mind that men leave her and spend her time and stay with men who would make her girlfriend. Like everything is just casual.

What’s with Pía is she looks herself without her good traits. She seems to be oblivious of those.

I do not believe that it is heartbreak that causes us to forget who we really are. It is the lack of courage to reflect and stay quiet with our lonesome broken heart to be reminded, to recognise of our true identity as a person. I believe once a girl sees her true identity that she can command respect from others, that she can present her dignity to others and that she can wisely choose who to spend time with or to who she can share her body with, with value, dignity and sacredness.

Just a plain thought, “I am an honest and reasonable person so I deserve someone who will treat me rightly.”

So Pía, don’t give away your pearls to any man who will not value it. This translates to Pía, don’t give away your time, heart, body and life to someone who will not honor those, your pearls.

Thank you for reading.

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