I’m an elder woman. To some, that means I’m invisible. As women, I believe many of us become more invisible as we move into our fifties and sixties. Becoming invisible can affect our sense of self – our identity. However, I believe as women, we have choices. Sometimes it is convenient to be invisible. Other times, we must take our power back and make sure our voices are heard.
Last week I wrote an article for Sixty and Me about becoming invisible. Let me know if this resonates with any of your own experiences: