I personally have a lot of feminine energy. I had to learn to operate in my more masculine energy to survive in today's world. But when I did, I got so anxious and over time my entire body was breaking down. My mental health also declined.
I find it really hard to survive in a world where biologically I'm just not designed to operate like a man. Some women are more inclined to it than others and that's totally okay. But for me, I'm not built for that.
My dream would honestly be to just be a wife and have my business (it's a wellness coaching business) but not having the pressure of my job being my first priority. I'd be much happier to be a wife first and just focus on the relationships in my life and caring for my family. Business second cause it's what I'm passionate about. And maybe some volunteer work because I really feel called to help people.
Does anyone else feel this way?
I see so many men complaining how we don't exist but we do and I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one. It's just the world doesn't do a great job at helping feminine women thrive and shames us for admitting to preferring more traditional roles.
I personally get super depressed over this occasionally. And it's hard to meet men in Canada cause they aren't huge on pursuing. And I noticed they tend to pick partners who naturally operate well in their masculine energy. Anyhow these are just thoughts and observations. I'm curious to hear your thoughts on all this.
I noticed most people on here are American but that's okay, I'm interesting in your perspectives too. But I get the feeling men in America are better at pursuing women and know what they want? Is that correct? Anyhow those are my 1000 questions.