Not long ago, diving queen Guo Jingjing once again caused heated discussion. Dressed in a plain white and black dress with a gentle smile, she appeared at the Hong Kong Book Fair and told stories to children. Huo Qigang, her husband, sat under the stage with three children, silently cheering for his beloved wife, and her long-lost father-in-law Huo Zhenting also appeared at the scene to support her daughter-in-law.
This story made me think deeply. Guo Jingjing, a girl from a third-tier city and an ordinary worker’s family, has won the respect of the Huo family since she entered the Hong Kong giant Huo family ten years ago. The Hong Kong media praised her as "a clean stream among the giants". She has been questioned by outsiders, asking whether she is worthy of the giants. However, she responded very firmly: "There are many giants and only one world champion." This self-confidence made her have a happy marriage that all women envy.
However, many people live in their own "besieged city" and fall into a low-level struggle in love, career and interpersonal relationships. Why is there this difference? Have we ever fallen into a sense of "unworthiness"?
One visitor, Xiao Fang, who is under 30, has been divorced twice. She has a decent appearance, a stable job and a household registration in this city, but she has suffered many setbacks in marriage and love. She told me: "Teacher, I don’t know why every time I find a marriage partner, I am either lazy or like drinking, and what’s more annoying is that I still cheat." I really can’t stand living with such people, so I have to divorce.