A woman is more likely to give up a piece of herself and sacrifice who she was, so she can nurture and raise her family. We have seen this over generations. We see it right in our own lives.
Postposing goals and dreams she once had. Resisting to speak up for herself when she longs to see and do the things that bring her joy and happiness.
Guilt and shame quickly reminds her that she made the choice to put so much of herself on hold so she can be the mother-partner-woman she was taught to be. The pain of watching the world around her progress and move forward… but she feels stuck. Longing to connect to herself. Wondering when it all started to slip away.
She loves her family deeply – never underestimate the power of her love. It was never about that. It was always about the conflicting voices that push and pull her in every direction.
Every direction, but her own.
The inner voice, her intuition has held her deeply. Her intuition has been the guiding wisdom she was born with and trusted.
Over time and with a multitude of outside conditioning, women lose touch with their intuition and have unknowingly silenced that voice because it became distorted by the world.