Nasima Razmyar shares the image with which she stops self-critical thoughts: “I have learned to speak to myself beautifully”


Sometimes when watching at night or walking down the aisles of a town hall, Nasima Razmyar gets into a contradictory feeling: How is it possible that she is promoting education here in Finland when things are so bad in her native Afghanistan?

– The situation of women and girls in particular is worrying. My own life has been elsewhere, and there are no more relatives in Afghanistan. However, the country needs all possible help. I don’t know what it’s going to be like for me, but I feel a compelling need to even do something.

I stored oxygen

The hectic and exciting stuff is part of the deputy mayor’s workday, and the mother of the two little boys is in no hurry at home. Relief is brought not only by a long enough night’s sleep, but also by exercise in the fresh air.

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– When I get home from work, I often only do a furious run for half an hour in a good way. It’s great to run at your own pace, listen to music and let the idea fly. Or when I walk home from the subway in the evening, I might hook up to the seaside and properly store myself oxygen. It feels cleansing to be outside in the wind.

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Well-being is also promoted by the fact that Nasima Razmyar has learned to speak to herself beautifully.

– When something goes wrong, I don’t whip myself. If oppression speaks to myself sadly, my inner little Nasimani will waggle his finger that you dare say badly. Failures come to everyone, it belongs to life.

Sometimes it is appropriate to retreat to your own conditions at home for a while.

– I take a glass of red wine, put on my headphones, sit somewhere and tell my family not to be disturbed for half an hour.

Read more about Nasima Razmyar’s insights into well-being in Good Health magazine issue 13/2021!

This article appeared in Good Health. As a subscriber, you can read all numbers free of charge from the digilehdet.fi service.


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