I don’t know who needs to hear this. I don’t know who needs to repeat this over and over again. Here’s the deal. I bring too much to the table to be treated like a napkin. I have earned a seat at the table. I am full of ideas, opinions that more often than not are informed, and I bring a quick wit. I’m not a napkin. I’m not there to just clean up. I’m not there to be cast aside crumbled and torn. Self-worth can’t be undersold.
There. That’s that. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
Categories: identity, Leadership, mental health, Psychology, society, women, work
If they wouldn’t treat a man like a napkin, don’t let them treat you like one. This is getting awfully old.
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I needed to hear that so thank you. And I love the analogy.