Women's Empowerment


Often, a woman’s identity is tied to societal and relational expectations that are internalized.  Perceived expectations can typically appear during life transitions such as: starting a career, having a baby, death of a parent, deciding not to have children, infertility, starting a whole new career or deciding to stay at home. Because of the heavy emphasis that self- worth has on identity, the manifestation of internalized expectations can leave women feeling lost, misunderstood, unheard and abandoned.

Aspects of women’s empowerment is based on exploring the beliefs and expectations that impact a woman's sense of worth in today's world.  The main focus is advocating and supporting women through shifting roles, gender constructs, and emotional health.  Other aspects may include:

  • Understanding social, cultural and familial narratives that have interfered with your identity.
  • Re-discovering your own identity and exploring your narrative.
  • Recognizing the importance of self-care and learning to cultivate self-care through all aspects of health: mental, physical and emotional.
  • Processing trauma, abuse, and marginalization.
  • Fostering confidence and self-esteem by reducing negative self-talk.
  • Setting boundaries by taking control of your decisions.
  • Identifying the role of shame and guilt in depletion of self-worth.

One of the most courageous things you can do is identify yourself, know who you are, what you believe in and where you want to go. 

The most powerful person in the world is a woman who knows what she wants.

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