Gender stereotypes shape how people perceive and interact with individuals based on sex. These stereotypes are often based on outdated beliefs about gender roles. In this article, we will explore the damaging impact of stereotypes on girls and women and provide practical strategies for challenging and responding to these harmful beliefs.
Get still and remember that the storm will pass because rain doesn’t last always. Practice feeling and then letting go of what does not serve or belong to you, because in truth, we own nothing.
“In the first six months, we had attended twenty-three fashion shows, multiple pageant title winners, had participated in multiple theater productions, attended New York Fashion Week, six out-of-state appearances, and won awards, to name a few things.”
Take a moment to think about you. Think about your day and how much of it you spend present in moments versus moving along in a routine. Are the mind and the body moving with purpose or just “being”?
In the southern community, there are no ifs, ands, buts, or debates about collard greens being the number one “must-have” vegetable dish at every meal gathering, particularly in the black community, where it is deeply ingrained in our cultural heritage.
Being in the sun is a way to naturally get Vitamin D, the vitamin that helps our bodies absorb calcium, however over-exposure is unhealthy (like overdoing anything else). But since we’re going to be outside let’s be sure to give our skin some added protection from the sun’s UV rays by using sunscreen or sunblock.
“I think my faith is probably what helps keep me grounded in health care because if you don’t have that, I’m not really sure how you cope with it.”
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While many people are familiar with historical female leaders, such as Susan B. Anthony, Shirley Chisholm, Harriet Tubman, and many more, the foundation of Women’s History Month entails a compelling backstory dating back to the mid-and late 19th and early 20th centuries.
By being your authentic self, you make room for shameless living. You make room for the good things to flow into and through you.