Category Archives: Women’s History

Walking the Tightrope To Avoid Depression

I  walk a tightrope between overwork and depression. As long as I maintain the balance, I have a great life! If I have too much stimulation I become exhausted, but if I don’t have enough I feel anxious. This problem … Continue reading

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“For Every Woman” and “Call Me a Woman” – Part of 1970’s Women’s History

For Every Woman Nancy R. Smith, copyright 1973 For every woman who is tired of acting weak when she knows she is strong, there is a man who is tired of appearing strong when he feels vulnerable. For every woman … Continue reading

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