or, what do you when your amygdala works right?
Glad you liked the quote! I always thought our fear of fear is greater than what we think we fear. (If that makes sense).
As always, you've given me so much to think about as I write the last letter of our correspondence (at least for now!).
I have had that quote from Eleanor Roosevelt ('You must do the thing you think you cannot do') on my desk for many years and it has meant different things as I've aged. Now, it means to me that as women, we have very different fears from men and it's okay to acknowledge that there is a difference. These fears, (of any number of things, failure, success, weakness) are valid, rational, terribly annoying and sometimes useful because they almost always point to an area where we need to grow.