For a long time, I suffered from "Yes Woman Syndrome", trying to please others with everything I said and did.
I use a wheelchair due to Cerebral Palsy and always was quite forthright but not where it mattered the most. My individual comfort and esteem. I left...
We hold our heads high, courageous, empowered, free to act; yet at times vulnerable to the same "slings and arrows of outrageous fortune", we muster our forces to battle the onslaught of the enemies within and without.
We Are Victorious! Ave Regina! (You Go, Women!)