I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to have a voice, to advocate for yourself and others. Through parenting and teaching my kids how to advocate for themselves, I learned all the ways doing so has benefited them.
So why do so many of us, grown adults, struggle to communicate our needs?
Listen, Renegades. You are not the people society raised to play it safe. We have voices; we have needs. This doesn’t make us bossy, demanding, needy, or aggressive. It makes us human.
In today’s episode, I reveal why it’s so hard to advocate for yourself in most situations, but especially in relationships. Pretending you don’t care when you desperately do does not get you what you want. I’m sharing what does help you get what you want and need, and how it starts with using your voice.
What You Will Discover:
- How I’ve learned to advocate for myself.
- What happens when you don’t communicate your needs.
- A fear-setting exercise to help you overcome the discomfort of using your voice.
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