Evie Mag: Why Are Women Struggling To Be Feminine In Their Relationships?
"It can seem daunting to find that equilibrium in which a woman can truly feel free and capable of embodying her feminine essence."
I had the utmost privilege of being asked to write for Evie Magazine and I'm happy to report I've also been invited to be a regular contributor, thus you will see articles published there that will also be featured here.
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Below you'll find an excerpt for my first ever piece for Evie entitled, "Why Are Women Struggling to Be Feminine in Their Relationships?"
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It can seem daunting to find that equilibrium in which a woman can truly feel free and capable of embodying her feminine essence.
With juggling careers, domestic obligations, and managing daily stress, it’s almost impractical for modern women to be feminine. Is there any hope for women who want to embrace femininity in the modern world?
First, we must define what it means to be feminine. Modern culture would have us believe that being feminine means being a pushover, a "weak" woman who can't think for herself, and a lazy "good for nothing" dimwit who refuses to go out in the world and contribute to society.
When, in reality, to be feminine means having the capacity to give and receive love and to be of service to others. Our loved ones, children, neighbors, and friends all greatly benefit from women who bestow them with feminine kindness, compassion, nurturing, and support.
The responsibilities being placed on women to juggle the modern lifestyle, from careers to contributing both domestically and financially to a household while caring for loved ones, to being thrust into certain roles women may struggle with, are unsustainable and are much too costly to bear.
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