Women’s Wellbeing

Being a woman in the 21st century brings with it a range of challenges.  That’s not to say that men don’t experience difficulty, but women often find they’re trying to be all things to all people.

We try to balance work and home life, be there for friends and family, and give 100% to everything we do.  And when we don’t, we feel guilty.

We also know that women face difficulties based on their gender or gender identity. Again that doesn’t mean men aren’t important, and I’m all for people campaigning to raise awareness for challenges that affect them. But when we look at Women’s Well-being especially from an intersectional perspective, we can see other factors such as disability and race can mean women don’t get the help or support they need.

This is why I believe we need Change That Lasts.

Copyright Delphi Ellis 2020

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