Any little girl who grew up in the last four decades has one thing in common: we were charged by our female predecessors to be strong women. Those who came before us poured out their hearts and lives so that their daughters could grow up to be anything, to be equal in society, and to be independent—fiercely independent.
In many ways this has been a good thing. It’s made us embrace our strength as women. The world and society as a whole benefits from a larger variety of voices than before. It’s more open and less exclusive. And the more people that are given opportunities, the more opportunities arise for the next generation.
But strength can also be a weakness. –Read more at Crosswalk.com