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Wake Up Call For Women and Those Who Care About Them - Part 2 of 4
Parts 3 and 4 address what to do to protect yourself.
Women, you teach those in your world how to treat you by how you treat yourself.
You model the behaviors for them to follow.
Your silent acceptance, your allowing them to treat or mistreat you, furthers that training.
What behaviors do you outwardly accept from others when inside you feel your wrath tying your stomach in knots? Time to wake up and realize no one can do anything to you unless you allow it to happen.
No one can hurt you or your feelings unless you fail to speak up and fail to take responsibility for how you feel about how others treat you.
As Eleanor Roosevelt said, "You cannot keep a good man down without his permission.
" The same sentiment applies to you.
You alone get to choose.
Take charge of your well-being before you lose the chance to take care of YOU.
Remember, if you are female in America you will always be looked to and looked upon as a mother--no matter how high up that corporate ladder you climb.
Make sure the mother in you has a life of her own.
Make sure you make time for fulfilling your own heart's desires.
If for no other reason, do it for the young women growing up today.
They will emulate who you are being in life.
What one thing do you wish to accomplish during your life time? Who do you have to be to make that happen? What kind of actions will you need to take? How would your life be different if you accomplished that dream? What if you never lived that reality? Would you still feel like your life was successful and worth living? In part 3 of this article you will discover what keeps you from living freely and fulfilling your own desires...
and what to do to change that habit.