Are Empowered Women Empowering Men? Or Are we Suppressing Them?

Are Empowered Women Empowering Men Or Are we Suppressing Them

In order to help empower the men in my life, I’ve taken it upon myself to make the first move and show them my vulnerability.

It’s not easy and there is a lot of work to do, especially after the way I’ve acted for such a long time. Sometimes it leaves me feeling quite exposed and awkward but mostly it leads to an emotionally safe space where we can both talk about how we feel and release the silent loads that have weighed us down.

Since I’ve started this approach I’ve seen the men in my life grow and build closer connections in their own relationships and friendships. I’ve seen them become more confident, dynamic and authentic in their way of addressing life. I’ve watched them become more empowered with me, rather than opposed to me. The only thing that needed to change, was my attitude.

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Sending self-care vibes,

Shereen x

I’m on a mission to create a greater sense of wellbeing for ourselves and the planet that we live on. To teach others how to connect authentically with themselves, so they can connect authentically with others. It starts with learning self-awareness, maintaining a strong value system that serves us and having the emotional intelligence to move through a whole spectrum of emotions so we can connect without attachment.

If you want the EQ tools to connect authentically with your values and the values of your fellow humans, then contact me directly to see how I can help you. Find out more about workshops, training and tailored learning packages at www.shereensoliman.com.


Written by Shereen Soliman
Published from TraumaOnTour.com

Are Empowered Women Empowering Men Or Are we Suppressing Them
Are Empowered Women Empowering Men? Or Are we Suppressing Them?
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Shereen Soliman

I'm Shereen, a traveler, deep-thinker, and explorer of all things inside and out. After experiencing some traumatic incidents which took me away from my nomadic lifestyle, I made it my mission to get back to living free and fearlessness no matter what. I write about what helped me process all the traumas, how they've changed my life (for the better), and why steering your own recovery is the most important thing you'll ever learn. Feel free to reach out to me via www.shereensoliman.com or www.traumaontour.com, happy exploringView Author posts