I think women like myself grow up with the false belief that we can’t be “too woman” because we don’t want to be like our mothers. We grow up with a strong facade so no one can come and say that we are not allowed to be whatever we want. We grow up with an eternal conflict between wanting attention and not wanting to pose as needy. We grow up with the idea that it is better to leave our feelings aside, because usually when we let our feelings run wild we get hurt and squashed.
I am looking forward to ask ONSE SINGLE question to as many people as possible. Why? Psychology researchers spend much of their time in offices, doing experiments and writing about the human mind and behaviour, conjuring theories which often fail to mirror reality. Hence, I want to ask people. I want to hear them.