At the beginning of this journey, I didn't know how emotionally and physically trying it would be. I didn't know how much I had to grow and the capacity I had to change.
When I look at the community of warriors, or maybe I prefer the term goddesses (male and non-gender conforming included), I am amazed by our strength and grace. From the trials of treatment, to the fight to be recognized, to the personal growth in the face of adversity, you think we're not goddesses? Try us.
Thank you Margaret Atwood for this quote:
If you had asked me four years ago if I was a goddess, I would've laughed. But as Maya Angelou said, "Your crown has been bought and paid for. Put it on your head and wear it."
What are your thoughts on these healing words?
I'm Kerry (She/Her/Hers) and I am a licensed therapist, group facilitator, poet, writer, & speaker. This is a place to acknowledge and validate our suffering and trauma, while also learning how to turn toward aliveness and spaciousness.