Reply To: Big Girls Don’t Cry

DeeAnn Hopings

I assume that all who have replied to this thread were Assigned Male At Birth (AMAB). The significance of that is how we were raised.

We grew up in a world where we were treated as males and it also defined the expectations held out for us. One of those expectations was emotional distance. I can think of only a few situations where it was OK to express emotion: grief, when your child is born and when your daughter gets married. Being emotional was “allowed”.

However, as we discover this feminine aspect of our being, we realize that the rules no longer apply. It is OK to show emotion and in fact, expected. If we are not OK with that, it is probably because we haven’t let go of our prior conditioning…

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