Monday, August 5, 2013

A Story About One Woman’s Search For Comradeship and The Circumstances That May Engulf Women Without Women Alliances

When I was little girl, mom lent these few words, as I struggled to make friends throughout my adolescence, "Don't let just anyone be your friend. You only need one or two good girlfriends; everybody just can't be your friend!" With fury and mounting frustration, mom grew cynical of those that I called, “friend”. Though, I was not prepared to succumb to such counsel. I was myopic, blind-sighted by the hope of having lots of friends, possibly for the exchange of much of myself. [read]