When a woman is noticing burnout — whether in her career, family, relationship, society, faith, or all combined — we are overwhelmed by all the roles we’re expected to play. “The Dance of the Dissident Daughter” answers questions and clears the haze.
This book is a reminder that ancient societies were pre-patriarchal: that the female was Divine and worshipped, for we are the bringers of life. With that comes high intellect, emotional intelligence, and a heightened sense of unity with Mother Nature, a shared life-creator.
No part of society helps us understand this, in fact it tries to hide it and push us into confining stereotypes. So we have to go on our own path, and leverage the women around us to help us find our way.
Women in my life continue to guide me on my journey, and I’m glad to have read this book. It is a must-read when you’re ready.