Becoming Invisible: Women and Identity

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:

 

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I am an associate professor of communication in Southern Oregon. I'm also an ancient spirit who has learned how to create positive changes in my own life and use unexpected changes to become more of the person I believe I am meant to be. My vision is to help empower others by sharing how to dream big and develop measurable action steps to achieve those dreams.

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