A dragon named Sugar and Spice ruled the village women for many years. The women had to help others before tending to their necessities. If they didn’t follow his demands, regardless of how they truly felt, there would be consequences. Finally, an excellent female archer, tired of providing for others at the expense of her personal needs, challenged him to a duel.
She learned to provoke Sugar and Spice into a hilltop battle. Once on the high ground, the archer shot her bow and arrow, killing him immediately. The moral of the story is that it is time for women to adhere to their physical and emotional needs before helping others.
When overloaded, be aware and honest about your feelings before helping another. That is the beginning! Many females feel selfish for getting their needs first; simply put, it’s connected to old programming. If a friend becomes upset about sharing your truth, he or she is not a friend. It may be time to let that person go; this can also include family members. As our planet shifts from patriarchal dominance to matriarchal goodwill toward others, women must permit themselves to adhere to their requirements before helping others.
*Roar as a Lioness on top of a mountain, not caring who hears.