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Growing takes practice and mentoring, how do you intend to grow or help other women grow? How do you intend to get from the stigma for FLR to normalized leadership?
Author: 2010-12-10 17:44:39 [reply]
Take a course, read a leadership book, ask another women to mentor you, experiment with boundaries, practice and make corrections.
Author: 2011-01-23 08:55:59 [reply]
Ann I particularly like the other women mentoring. I learned how to organize a home with four kids because of older women in the church I attended. Talking about how they did things and why they did them helped me to find ways to manage. Everything a person does needs some experimenting. If the mate really wants the flr then he should be willing to discuss it. Again, how has he fantasized this? What are his expectations? What are you each willing to try? Can you agree to let some things wait? If a guy has been fantasizing this for 20 years, he has it down pat. He knows how it works for him. Tell him that you need at least x number of hours before you respond to his fantasy. He will probably be more than happy to accept any part that you are willing to take on at the present and let the rest wait until you have tried part one. This is not static. Things will continually change in the relationship.
Reply by: 2011-02-01 10:13:14 [reply]
Victoria Well said, women benefit more than men from community, perhaps because they talk more together. Listening is a good way to learn. I've read that women talk 2.5 time more than men so they "talk though it", That also means thy hear 2.5 more things than men. A good strategy to grow.
Reply by: 2011-02-01 12:19:15