Throughout my life until my early 40s, three pervasive ideas defined how I approached my career, social situations, my marriage, my family, my friendships, my politics and more.
Woman to woman, we WANT IT ALL. We work hard in an attempt to “have it ALL” in our careers, with our families, and in our lives while still staying sane, healthy and happy (after all, aren’t those part of “it” anyway?).
What does it mean to be different? For most of us, it means discomfort. Being different goes against our human tendency toward community and group acceptance.
Many of us fall into the trap of ignoring our own feelings and needs. We take care of everyone else first, leaving our own care to chance, and diminish our life experience in the process.
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