In season 5 of Life on the Other Side of Should, we're focusing on living life in a time of total ambiguity. How do you manage the stress of living a normal life when when nothing is, quote/unquote, normal. What do you do when everything is up in the air, when the goal posts are constantly moving and when all your old tools and coping mechanisms are be tested to the max?
In season 5, episode 1, we focus on the question: How do you stand up for what you believe in when it's hard to know what - or who - to believe?
Joining us for the discussion are SheHive board member and Village of Franklin Council member, Pam Hansen, and SheHive Founding member and Michigan State Senator, Rosemary Bayer. As women in the political field, and simply as women, both Pam and Rosemary have vast experience in learning how to stand up for what they believe in in the face of adversity.
Recently Ursula wrote: “It’s important to have an idea of where we are going in life. It’s more important to not hold the ideal state so tight that we miss the new possibilities. We learn something new about ourselves every day that informs the path… if we listen.”
Ahhhh….listening. That thing.