August 6


This is for the Women with Wings.

By Staff Writer

August 6, 2018

brain, brain fitness, brain health

Enduring troubling times such as divorce or separation can contribute to making you feel as though you are stuck in a solitary position, unable to stretch your wings and freely fly about. Even if your wings are dusty from staying still for too long, you still have the ability to enter into the world and reach your fullest potential. Within your hope lies possibility, as long as you take the necessary steps to put yourself out there as a candidate for happiness.

Key Takeaways:

  • We are all born with an innate ability to stretch our wings and fly, but we can become moribund, due to fear, or pain, or a sense of duty.
  • The trauma of a broken heart, or the yearning of a never-fulfilled heart can keep us from souring.
  • Age, or sorrow, or regret can make us unwilling to try and fly again.

“This is for the women with wings?the ones who have perhaps forgotten that they can fly.”

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Our staff writers come from various backgrounds in the neuroscience, personal development, brain science and psychology fields. Many started out as with us as contributors!

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