Ways to Tell You Are A Hypocrite-My City Woman

6 Ways to Tell You Are A Hypocrite

Are you living a fake life? Do your actions and words match? Do you do everyday things that give you true happiness? Or do you follow the “social trend” and go after it? Answer these souls stirring questions and find out for yourself!

 

#1 You think of yourself as a helpful and caring person

Do you ever step out of your air-conditioned car to buy food for hungry children begging in front of you?

Today’s life is miserable. We may not shudder to spend thousand in a food court in a plush mall, but not think of buying simple food for the needy.

 

#2 You teach children traffic rules

Do you jump signals when you think no one is watching? Do you attend calls and text many times while driving?

Well, your children are watching you all the time. They learn from you through your actions and not through the words you tell them.

 

#3 You think you have a simple needs and do not spend much on yourself.

You splurge at the online shopping portals and shop like there is no tomorrow! Yet you keep saying that you live a simple life! It is time to think again!

 

#4 You are a dedicated employee

You think of yourself as an honest and hardworking employee. but do you sneak out to check that sale in the mall near your workplace?

 

#5 You are overloaded with work in the office

You say you have more on your plate than what you can handle – too many work responsibilities. But do you get time to check your social media updates? Do you get time to have extended coffee breaks with your colleagues in the name of networking? Only you would know where to draw the line between networking and killing office hours.

 

#6 You teach your child to eat healthy

How frequent are your trips to pizzerias and burger houses? When you talk about healthy eating habits, do you apply it to yourself as well? Are you the perfect role model for your children when it comes to eating healthy?

 

You need to answer these for yourself. No one else has the right to judge you or your actions. So how well do you fare on these questions? Let us know in the comments below!

Manmita Gupta

About Manmita Gupta I am the founding editor of www.mycitywoman.com. By profession I am a financial analyst with over 10 years of work experience with firms like JP Morgan, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance, and DE Shaw. Like a lot of women who face the dilemma of choosing between their careers or being a full-time mother, I chose the latter. About a year into the career break, I struggled with an apt avenue to "do" something on my own and manage my young kids well too. At the same time, I wished to make a difference in others life. My City Woman offers me exactly the opportunity that I was seeking.

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